Subject: Determination request
Geographic location of the bug: Thailand inthanon national parc
Time: 04:07 PM EDT
I’m searching for more than 3 months to identify a bug, also used your site, but still not convinced that I’ve found it.
I’m thinking of Amata Grotei. but can’t find extra scientific information about it.
Here a similar picture I’ve found, but the wings are different (http://www.thaibugs.com/wp-
Another one can be Amata grotei, colors are different, but the wing matches perfectly. (maybe the color differences are between male or female )
Or the ceryx amaon 4 can also be the one (http://www.thaibugs.com/?
Or perhaps it’s a Sessiidae Clear-wing Wasp Moth
Hope you can help me out here!
Thank you very much in advance.
How you want your letter signed: Mr Ronald
Dear Mr Ronald,
The best we are able to provide for you at this time is a general identification. This is a Wasp Moth in the subfamily Arctiinae. We found a mating pair from China pictured on FlickR, but alas, only the general identification is provided. Perhaps one of our readers will be able to provide better information.