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Tiger Moth

Arachnis sp


About 4.5cm long. Light brown/tan colouration with white markings, and a small red spot behind the head. It must've been laying eggs on the branch of the pine tree where I found it (picture 3).


Wooded area at about 2400 meters above sea level.


Ornithoptera80 9 months ago

I would go with A. zuni, because the patterns especially on the forewings. The last pattern on the ends of both forewings match very much.

Felix Fleck
Felix Fleck 9 months ago

Thanks for the ID, Ornithoptera80! How sure are you? For this area A. dilecta is also an option, and they are visually very similar.

Felix Fleck
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Felix Fleck

Querétaro, Mexico

Spotted on Jul 4, 2020
Submitted on Jul 21, 2020

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