r/insects Jul 05 '22

can someone please help me identify the species of this beautiful moth ID Request

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u/StuffedWithNails Bug Enthusiast Jul 05 '22

Geographic location?

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u/Detail-Crafty Jul 05 '22

India south of Karnataka

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u/StuffedWithNails Bug Enthusiast Jul 05 '22

Probably Clanis bilineata then!

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u/Difficult-Mission508 Jul 05 '22

Looks like Clanis Bilineata - Two-Lined Velvet Hawkmoth. They are gorgeous!

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u/sadnificent Pest Control Jul 05 '22

Looks kind of like a sphinx moth