Moth: unidentified

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on a window pane

 

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you can see right through it

 

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the underside

 

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I popped it outside on an old mint blossom

 

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hard to believe it is the same moth

 

Taken with the Nikon D3000, yesterday. Thanks for looking.

Do have a great weekend!   🙂

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Anonymous says:

    Maybe you could contact the Lapidopterist Society. Very unusual little chap. You would swear you were looking at two different moths. Must have something to do with light refraction as the last one doesn’t appear to be transparent at all, and what happened to the red.

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    1. I was thinking of contacting Museum Victoria if I can’t find out on the internet. They’re pretty good with identification.

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      1. Cousin Sue says:

        That was me, don’t know why I drop out every now and then.
        I had quick look at pictures on quite a few sites and couldn’t find a moth to match

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        1. Thought it was you, Sue. 🙂 I’ll find out one day – I had no idea that there were so many moths!

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