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Stout moth about 25mm long, colors mostly pink and black.


Broken forest about 7,500 ft AMSL - Ngorongoro Serena Lodge

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Noctuid moth
Capillamentum nigrofasciatum AfroMoths

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Fyn Kynd 7 years ago

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bayucca 7 years ago

Sorry, Hadenidae should actually be Hadeninae, since it is a subfamily of Noctuidae, which I am still tending to, but you never know...

Davidbygott 7 years ago

Thanks bayucca - I thought of Hadenidae too, or Notodontidae, and the DRC photos are a useful resource. I wonder what my next step should be?

bayucca 7 years ago

What about Noctuidae, Hadenidae? Sorry, no match found.
Many moths have some features shown in yours, like the hairdo, striped legs and shape (!) of the wings, location/visibility of the eyes etc. and unfortunately looking at all these features indicate different families/subfamilies for each...

LuckyLogan 7 years ago

I want to say something similar to the genus Epicoma

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Arusha Region, Tanzania

Spotted on Dec 29, 2011
Submitted on Sep 23, 2014

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