Anonymous said:
I know you're not going to update this anymore. I can't tell if you're genuinely getting annoyed that people are still following you. I mean, if you really want me to, I will, but I'd honestly prefer to keep it on my follow list for the easy link to the great archive of moth reference pictures.

haha no it’s fine if you keep following or w/e i understand
(if i was really annoyed with people still following i’d just delete the blog)
i just wanted the random large influx of new followers to be aware the blog was inactive 

mothsaregreat:

would you kindly unfollow this blog
i will no longer be posting here
also i won’t be giving out my url to my main blog s0 don’t even ask son
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would you kindly unfollow this blog
i will no longer be posting here
also i won’t be giving out my url to my main blog s0 don’t even ask son

Polka-Dot Wasp Moth - Gerardo Aizpuru

mothmonarch:

Fuzzy Yellow Moth 2 by SageMist23
Indian Silkworm Moth -  Sumukha Javagal

Indian Silkworm Moth -  Sumukha Javagal

Oleander Hawk Moth Caterpillar - Sumukha Javagal

libutron:

Glanycus coendersi 
Moths of the genus Glanycus (Thyrididae - Striglininae) ranges from China and India to Borneo. It consists of six species, all with fenestrae (“windows”) on at least the hindwings and with bright orange/red and brown/brick coloration, probably aposematic (a warning that the moth is presumably distasteful to predators).
This striking species, Glanycus coendersi, distinguished by the conspicuous red coloration on the wings, occurs in Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, Brunei, Sabah, Sarawak, Kalimantan and Malaku Islands.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Gan CW | Locality: Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia (2013)

libutron:

Glanycus coendersi 

Moths of the genus Glanycus (Thyrididae - Striglininae) ranges from China and India to Borneo. It consists of six species, all with fenestrae (“windows”) on at least the hindwings and with bright orange/red and brown/brick coloration, probably aposematic (a warning that the moth is presumably distasteful to predators).

This striking species, Glanycus coendersidistinguished by the conspicuous red coloration on the wings, occurs in Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, Brunei, Sabah, Sarawak, Kalimantan and Malaku Islands.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Gan CW | Locality: Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia (2013)