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4412RE: [Indianmoths] Common Rippled Hawkmoth Eupanacra mydon

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  • Ian Kitching
    Nov 4, 2013

      Dear Sanjay,

                             Great photographs but could you provide any more details of the locality as I don’t know where your vegetable garden is and I’d like to map the record.






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      From: Indianmoths@... [mailto:Indianmoths@...] On Behalf Of Sanjay Sondhi
      Sent: 29 October 2013 06:16
      To: Indian Moths
      Subject: [Indianmoths] Common Rippled Hawkmoth Eupanacra mydon


      Some  pics of Common Rippled Hawkmoth Eupanacra mydon, reared on Colocasia  (Arbi) in our vegetable garden. 


      Sanjay Sondhi


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