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Gymnelia jansonis chased it for 20 minutes till it sat at last down on a banana leaf.<br />
ID credit to Minor Torres. I only had to refine it. Arctiidae,Autochloris jansonis,Costa Rica,Euchromiini,Geotagged,Gymnelia jansonis,mariposa,mariposa nocturna,moth Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Gymnelia jansonis

chased it for 20 minutes till it sat at last down on a banana leaf.
ID credit to Minor Torres. I only had to refine it.

    comments (9)

  1. Well worth the chase :o) Congrats, Arp Posted 3 days ago
    1. thanks a lot ARp Posted 3 days ago
  2. That is stunning Annette, well done for your patience, it paid off! Posted 3 days ago
    1. thanks a lot Claire Posted 3 days ago
  3. Thanks for the effort, stunning insect! Posted 3 days ago
    1. thank you Ferdie!! Posted 3 days ago
  4. What a beauty* Posted yesterday
    1. thanks a lot Posted 17 hrs ago
  5. Amazing creature - tremendous shot Posted 2 hrs ago

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''Autochloris jansonis'' is a moth of the Arctiidae family. It was described by Arthur Gardiner Butler in 1872. It is found in Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia.

Similar species: Moths And Butterflies
Species identified by Annette Flottwell
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By Annette Flottwell

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Uploaded Nov 14, 2017. Captured Sep 2, 2017 11:18 in Unnamed Road, Provincia de Guanacaste, TilarĂ¡n, Costa Rica.
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  • f/11.0
  • 1/200s
  • ISO900
  • 180mm