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I agree Daniele. That is why I said Amata sp. the reference was just to check out the genus.
Welcome to Project Noah Carmen!Thanks for your comment Sukanya. The white spots don't match those of Amata phegea. Amata ragazzii would seem a better match:http://www.leps.it/indexjs.htm?SpeciesPa...http://www.lepiforum.de/lepiwiki.pl?Amat...
Wasp Moth. Amata sp.Check out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nine-spott...
3 de julio en las colinas euganeas (Italia)
Spotted on Jul 3, 2016 Submitted on Nov 5, 2016