NEOTROPICAL Tropical & Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forest
moths

The beautiful and diverse moths of the tropical American jungle...

Superfamily Pyraloidea

Family Crambidae

Diaphania elegans (Manu Paradise Lodge, Peru).

Superfamily Bombycoidea

Family Saturniidae

Dead-leaf Moth (image by Damon Ramsey)Wayqecha Lodge, Manu, Peru

Maybe ? Oxytenis modestia, 'Dead Leaf Moth'. Found in rainforest in Central and northern South America.

Superfamily Geometridae

Family Geometridae

Pantherodes pardalaria 'Leopard Moth', (Manu Paradise Lodge, Peru).

Superfamily Noctuoidea

Family Erebidae

 Subfamily Arctiinae

Chlorhoda viridis (Manu Paradise Lodge, Peru).

to identify...

Moth (Wildsumaco Lodge, Ecuador)
Moth (Wildsumaco Lodge, Ecuador)
Moth (Wildsumaco Lodge, Ecuador)

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Thinking of travelling again after everything settles down? The first expedition I am booked to work on after the virus is Micronesia, New Guinea & Indonesia in 2021 with Silversea. Meanwhile I am giving a lecture on the Sunshine Coast (Australia) on the "Sounds of suburban south-east Queensland"