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    Some (unidentified) moths from Krung Ching waterfall, Khao Luang National Park:


    Unidentified Moth


    Unidentified Moth


    Unidentified Moth

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    Another unidentified moth with a beautiful and colored flight from Khao Luang-Krung Ching Waterfall:


    Tinaeidae - Coryptilum rutilella
    Last edited by Angiud; 11-Apr-2013 at 06:16 PM.

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    I have seen very similar pics online called Coryptilum rutilella (Tineidae). I have seen the same one too in west Thailand.

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    Yes, positive, Guldsmed, I got the same ID too.

    Thank you

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    Antonio, your Lasiocampidae moth is actually a Notodontid. It has been identified for me as Phalera javana by Dr. Alexander Schintlmeister who says "You photographed Phalera javana, an uncommon Sundanian species, which is new for Thailand (congratulation!). The resting position is perfect photographed! It is sister-species is Ph. albocalceolata, which replaces in Indochina javana. I expect in the South also further Sundanian species. If you will get a female (very rare I have only one in my collection) you should try to obtain eggs for a breeding experiment. I expect the host plant in leguminosae as their relatives feeding this. The caterpilar must be very beautiful."

    I also have some doubts about the Tarsolepis species. I will contact Alexander again, as I had thought it was T. remicauda. T. elephantorum is a N. Thailand species.

    The Ischyja species is Ischyja hemiphaea.

    The Dysphania sp. is Dysphania transducta.

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    Alexander has confirmed it as Tarsolepis remicauda, an uncommon but widespread species throughout Thailand.

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    Some unidentified moths from my last, not so lucky, trip to Krung Ching waterfalls:


    Unidentified Moth


    Sphingidae, Acosmeryx sp.

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    Krung Ching:


    Mustilia hepatica


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    Unidentified Moth Cup Moth, Miresa sp., Limacodidae (Thanks Sinobug)
    Last edited by Angiud; 21-May-2013 at 07:50 PM.

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