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Handmaiden moth laying eggs.

Syntomoides imaon


It is a diurnal moth, they have broader forewings and reduced hindwings. Colourful bands on the body give them a wasp like appearance for protection, frons and collar are yellow with the metathorax having a yellow streak. The first abdominal segment has a yellow band. Forewing- has large hyaline patches, Tips of the antennae and proximal joints of the tarsi are white. Male is slender and has long abdomen than female.

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Katpadi, Karnataka, India

Spotted on Oct 17, 2019
Submitted on Jul 17, 2021

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