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    Default Id help please Moths 3?

    Oh behalf of Dr. Ahsan Habib
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    2.IMG_1463.jpg

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    4.IMG_3705_Genia sp.jpg

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    3. Herpetogramma species Crambidae.

    This is actually nearly identical to H. theseusalis from N. America.
    http://mothphotographersgroup.msstat...C/DonC5279.jpg

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    Thank you very much Sir. Is no. 4 is Geina sp??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shihan View Post
    Thank you very much Sir. Is no. 4 is Geina sp??

    No. Geina species are found only in North America , Europe to Russia ie Temperate , Palearctic regions.
    The pattern on the FWs & abdomen also do not match.
    for examples.
    http://mothphotographersgroup.msstat...1-LARGE-DM.jpg
    http://mothphotographersgroup.msstat...6091.1-300.jpg
    http://bugguide.net/images/raw/1QR/S...5QV0ZKPKKK.jpg

    Your moth matches Sphenarches anisodactylus correctly although it is more orange brown.
    This is a widespread variable pest species.


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    Thank You Sir, I am clear now.

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