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Amerila nigropunctata is a moth of the Arctiidae family. It was described by Bethune-Baker in 1908. It is found in south-eastern New Guinea

Nature find. I like nature. I caught one before at the daycare! I showed my class, and the kids were amazed! :)

moth. I looked at this picture and wondered what the butterfly would look like. Then I found it!

Footman Moth (Barsine orientalis, Lithosiini, Arctiinae) by John Horstman

Pretty like this. Scare the stuffing out of ya when it flies past your face!

Peridrome orbicularis and Euplocia membliaria females (Noctuidae: Aganainae). Photo by Yakovlev Alexey on flickr.

"Photo by Maryann Mattox" - Such a beautiful moth! :D (Note the pretty blue fur it sports proving it's mothishness)

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Mariposa 88 / The 88 Butterfly (Diaethria clymena) :: This butterfly is found in South America. On the upper side it is black with blue bands at the margins. The underside of the hind wing has a typical black-and-white pattern showing an "88" or "89". The underside of the forewing is red with black and white stripes near the tip. This butterfly lives in wet tropical forests, where it lives on rotting fruit and dung. It flies from March to November.