Hübner's Wasp Moth

Amata huebneri

''Amata huebneri'', the wasp moth, is a moth in the genus ''Amata'' of the family Erebidae . The species was first described by Jean Baptiste Boisduval in 1829. It is found from the Indo Australian tropics to northern Australia.
Orange spotted Tiger Moth - Amata huebneri (Huebner's Wasp Moth)  Amata huebneri,Geotagged,Hübner's Wasp Moth,Indonesia,Spring

Appearance

Adults are black with yellow bands across the abdomen, and transparent windows in the wings. It is a wasp mimic.
Orange spotted Tiger Moth - Amata huebneri (Huebner's Wasp Moth)  Amata huebneri,Geotagged,Hübner's Wasp Moth,Indonesia,Summer

Food

The larvae feed on ''Oryza sativa''.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderLepidoptera
FamilyErebidae
GenusAmata
SpeciesA. huebneri
Photographed in
Indonesia
Malaysia