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    Post 1 No. 5 (Corrected)

    Pangrapta cf perturbans . Erebidae, Pangraptinae. Range ?

    (cf , Latin for conferre, ie. to compare, meaning it is close to this spp. & could possibly be it.)

    There is little resources to check for Pangrapta on the net.

    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/0609Tsu...aframepage.htm

    http://www.jpmoth.org/Noctuidae/Cato...erturbans.html

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    Last edited by Psyche; 09-Oct-2013 at 04:10 PM. Reason: typo error

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    I think you mean #5, right?

    Quote Originally Posted by Psyche View Post
    Post 1 No. 6.

    Pangrapta cf perturbans . Erebidae, Pangraptinae. Range ?

    (cf , Latin for conferre, ie. to compare, meaning it is close to this spp. & could possibly be it.)

    There is little resources to check for Pangrapta on the net.

    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/0609Tsu...aframepage.htm

    http://www.jpmoth.org/Noctuidae/Cato...erturbans.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by guldsmed View Post
    I think you mean #5, right?
    Quite right. It should be No. 5.

    No. 6 is of course the Talanga.

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    More moths.

    #1


    #2


    #3
    Plume moth?


    #4
    Reminds me of an Adrapsa sp.


    #5


    #6
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    Somewhere in Neverland~

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    Post 14. No 4.

    Adrapsa ereboides. Erebidae , Herminiinae . Range Neomalaya (Sumatra, Malaya, Borneo.)

    It is quite difficult to match up pix & images of museum specimens.
    This one is distinctive because of it rather straight dark outer margin of the HW band.
    MoB shows ain image in which the FW discal spot is rather poor.
    This matches specimen 1 below.
    http://www.boldsystems.org/index.php...e?taxid=281950

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    Post 14 No. 1.

    Geometridae, Larentiinae, Eupitheciini.
    Genus unknown.

    Quite similar to this but lack the distinctive white spots.
    Cannot be another sp. as there appeared to only one species here, A. antenuata.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/hkmoths...57614086760711

    Possibly this.
    http://www.mothsofborneo.com/part-10...ciini_22_4.php

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    Post #14, Nos. 5 & 6 - Mocis undata (Erebidae, Catocalinae), a common and very variable species.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painted Jezebel View Post
    Post #14, Nos. 5 & 6 - Mocis undata (Erebidae, Catocalinae), a common and very variable species.
    I remembered seeing pix of these but couldn't place it.
    Amazingly the genus is unknown in Borneo & so out of MoB.

    TL Seow :Cheers.

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    Volume 15, Tribe Ophiusini. 2 species recorded from Borneo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painted Jezebel View Post
    Volume 15, Tribe Ophiusini. 2 species recorded from Borneo.
    You are quite right.
    I have the book on Catocalinae & still miss the image of it.

    TL Seow : Cheers.

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