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E. ephesperis

Family: Erebidae (Owl Moths)
Subfamily: Erebinae
Tribe: Erebini
Species: Erebus ephesperis (Hübner, 1827)

Location: Wallace Trail

It is found in Asia, including India, Japan, the Korean Peninsula, China, Singapore and Borneo.

The wingspan is about 90 mm and the patterning is very obliterative, breaking the body outline with shadow like countershading. Adults feed on fruit juice, including peach.
- Source: Wikipedia

Note 1: Higher classification is updated now (following Zahiri et al., 2010) - Erebidae, Erebinae, Erebini. Erebidae is formerly classified in the family Noctuidae, plus all of the former members of the families Arctiidae and Lymantriidae.
Note 2: Uploaded to iNaturalist.org on 29th Sept 2014.
Erebidae, Owl Moths, Erebinae, Erebini, Erebus ephesperis

E. ephesperis

Family: Erebidae (Owl Moths)
Subfamily: Erebinae
Tribe: Erebini
Species: Erebus ephesperis (Hübner, 1827)

Location: Wallace Trail

It is found in Asia, including India, Japan, the Korean Peninsula, China, Singapore and Borneo.

The wingspan is about 90 mm and the patterning is very obliterative, breaking the body outline with shadow like countershading. Adults feed on fruit juice, including peach.
- Source: Wikipedia

Note 1: Higher classification is updated now (following Zahiri et al., 2010) - Erebidae, Erebinae, Erebini. Erebidae is formerly classified in the family Noctuidae, plus all of the former members of the families Arctiidae and Lymantriidae.
Note 2: Uploaded to iNaturalist.org on 29th Sept 2014.