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This one had a wingspan of around 5-7 inches
Erebus macrops is more appropriate for this specimen...
Thanks guys for the ID! @Craig: Certainly. I live in a place where I am surrounded by bio-diversity! I shall keep posting :)
not owlate that is owlet moth
It is member of saturnidae family
kalpak, welcome to Project Noah! You've made quite an entrance on here for me - so many gorgeous moths like this one! I hope someone can ID them all and look forward to your future posts.
Spotted on Nov 17, 2011 Submitted on Nov 17, 2011
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