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Roger Kendrick

Roger Kendrick

I am an independent wildlife consultant based in Hong Kong. I focus on Asian Moths via iNaturalist, but will pop in to PN from time to time.

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Roger Kendrick Germar's Satin Moths
Germar's Satin Moths commented on by Roger Kendrick Bau, Sarawak, Malaysia5 years ago

placement to species rank requires dissection to investigate the reproductive morphology

Roger Kendrick Noctuid Moth
Noctuid Moth commented on by Roger Kendrick Baguio, Benguet, Philippines5 years ago

Athetis sp.
Noctuidae, Noctuinae, Caradrinini, Athetina

likely in the lineosa species group.

Roger Kendrick Curved-horn or Gelechioid Moth
Curved-horn or Gelechioid Moth commented on by Roger Kendrick Nueva Ecija, Philippines5 years ago

Dichomeris sp.
Gelechiidae, Dichomeridinae

Allied to D. traumatias (illustrated in Smaller Moths of South East Asia; Robinson, Tuck & Shaffer, 1994) from Borneo.
Diakanoff (1967 [1968]: Microlepidoptera of the Philippines) used the taxon name Atasthalistis (a related Australian genus) for Dichomeris. The species in your photo is not in Diakonoff's work, though.

Roger Kendrick White Grass Moth
White Grass Moth commented on by Roger Kendrick Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia5 years ago

Crambidae, Spilomelinae.

Possibly an Omiodes sp.

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Roger Kendrick Little Brown Moth
Little Brown Moth commented on by Roger Kendrick Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia5 years ago

Eugoa sp.
Erebidae, Arctiinae, Lithosiini

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Roger Kendrick Wasp mimic moth
Wasp mimic moth commented on by Roger Kendrick จังหวัดเชียงใหม่, Thailand5 years ago

Not Amata.
Ceryx is unlikely too, as this genus contains very small species (for Syntomini).
May I suggest you search for the genus Caeneressa ?

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Roger Kendrick Moth
Moth commented on by Roger Kendrick Karnataka, India5 years ago

Loepa sp.
Saturniidae

Many similar looking species in the genus. Unfortunately many incorrectly identified species sourced on the internet. There are incorrect identifications in the published literature too. :(
Please take a look at http://www.saturniidae-web.de/Loepa.htm for more on this genus

Roger Kendrick Noctuid Moth
Noctuid Moth commented on by Roger Kendrick 普洱市, 云南省, Paracel Islands5 years ago

subfamily Boletobiinae.
Catocalinae in the strict sense is now a tribe of Erebinae (following the Zahiri et al concept of Erebidae)

Roger Kendrick Ant-mimic caterpillar
Ant-mimic caterpillar commented on by Roger Kendrick จังหวัดสงขลา, Thailand5 years ago

Agree with Homodes.
There are three species in Thailand: H. bracteigutta; H. perilitha & H. vivida (Moths of Thailand 3(2): 96-97), though none has the larva illustrated therein.

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