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    Default Koh Phangan Moths 2012


    A moth
    Noctuidae, Catocalinae:Entomogramma fautrix


    moth
    Lymantriidae?

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    The unidentified moth of today belongs to the Zygaenoidea, I think. Unfortunatley there is nothing written on the moths of this family from Thailand.

    Nice Tuftwing, better than mine, which never allowed me a decent angle of shot!

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    About the Tuftwing, a couple of weeks ago there was an 'explosion' of these moths here in KPG (actually I saw them for 2/3 days dancing around the lights almost everywhere). Now completely disappeared.

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    The lymantriine looks like Laelia sp., I would say, but don't trust me too much

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    An unidentified larva, possibly a moth. Any help is welcome


    Unidentified Larva

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    Beautiful shots Antonio!!

    Sunny

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    The latest moth larva is of the Limacodidae family, probably a Darna sp. Be careful with the larvae of this family, many are very urticating.

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