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NEOTROPICAL Tropical & Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forest

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

Superfamily Pyraloidea

Family Crambidae

Diaphania elegans (image by Damon Ramsey)(Manu Paradise Lodge, Peru)

Diaphania elegans 

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

(Tandayapa Lodge, Ecuador)

Many of the moths in this family are called 'Emerald Moths', because they are often green in colour.

(Manu Paradise Lodge, Peru)

Pantherodes (?pardalaria) 'Leopard Moth'.

Eois paraviolascens.

Family Uranidae: 'Swallowtail Moths'

Subfamily Epipleminae: 'Scoopwing Moths'

(Wildsumaco Lodge, Ecuador)

Psamathia sp. Vertical bars across wings.

Superfamily Noctuoidea

Family Erebidae

 Subfamily Arctiinae

'Tiger Moths' are often yellow and black in colour.

(Tandayapa Lodge, Ecuador)

Cosmosoma includes over 70 species of moths.

(Tandayapa Lodge, Ecuador)

Mesothen sp. includes over 30 species of moths

(Manu Paradise Lodge, Peru)

Chlorhoda viridis.

to identify...

(Wildsumaco Lodge, Ecuador)
(Wildsumaco Lodge, Ecuador)
(Tandayapa Lodge, Ecuador)

For the page on the tropical American rainforest

Throughout the virus I am working in Australia on and off as local borders close, mostly in the Kimberley with Coral Expeditions (May-September). If you can't go travelling until everything settles down, then until then, here I am doing online guided walks for Noble Caledonia and online lectures for Silversea.