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New Hawkmoth Species from Kerala

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  • Yash Sondhi
    Dear all, We have described a new hawkmoth species from Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary, in Kerala. I have attached the publication in case anybody is
    Message 1 of 4 , 21 Sep
      Dear all,
      We have described a new hawkmoth species from Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary, in Kerala. I have attached the publication in case anybody is interested. It would be useful to get more data on its distribution. If anybody has more sightings of this please report them on the group.
      Cheers


      --
      Yash Sondhi

      1208B, 109 Towers,
      109th Avenue, 737 SW
      Miami, Florida 33174

      Ph. No.: 3057987996


      PhD Student
      Department of Biological Sciences
      Florida International University,


      Member, Titli trust
      www.titlitrust.org

      Co- editor, Moths of India 
      www.mothsofindia.org
      Email: yash@...
    • Yash Sondhi
      Dear all, We have described a new hawkmoth species from Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary, in Kerala. I have attached the publication in case anybody is
      Message 2 of 4 , 21 Sep
        Dear all,
        We have described a new hawkmoth species from Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary, in Kerala. I have attached the publication in case anybody is interested. It would be useful to get more data on its distribution. If anybody has more sightings of this please report them on the group.
        Cheers


        --
        Yash Sondhi

        1208B, 109 Towers,
        109th Avenue, 737 SW
        Miami, Florida 33174

        Ph. No.: 3057987996


        PhD Student
        Department of Biological Sciences
        Florida International University,


        Member, Titli trust
        www.titlitrust.org

        Co- editor, Moths of India 
        www.mothsofindia.org
        Email: yash@...
      • SHYAM GHATE
        Hearty Congratulations, Yash.It will be a good idea if you can post a larger color image of the moth on this group -  which can enable casual moth watchers
        Message 3 of 4 , 22 Sep
          Hearty Congratulations, Yash.
          It will be a good idea if you can post a larger color image of the moth on this group -  which can enable casual moth watchers from providing information on possible sightings.
          cheers


          On Friday, September 22, 2017 2:53 PM, "Yash Sondhi yashsondhi@... [Indianmoths]" <Indianmoths@...> wrote:


           
          Dear all,
          We have described a new hawkmoth species from Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary, in Kerala. I have attached the publication in case anybody is interested. It would be useful to get more data on its distribution. If anybody has more sightings of this please report them on the group.
          Cheers


          --
          Yash Sondhi

          1208B, 109 Towers,
          109th Avenue, 737 SW
          Miami, Florida 33174

          Ph. No.: 3057987996


          PhD Student
          Department of Biological Sciences
          Florida International University,


          Member, Titli trust
          www.titlitrust.org

          Co- editor, Moths of India 
          www.mothsofindia.org
          Email: yash@...


        • Krushnamegh Kunte
          Dear Shyam and others, You can see the images on the species page: http://www.mothsofindia.org/sp/356133/Theretra-shendurneensis. Best regards, Krushnamegh.
          Message 4 of 4 , 22 Sep

            Dear Shyam and others,

            You can see the images on the species page: http://www.mothsofindia.org/sp/356133/Theretra-shendurneensis.

            Best regards,

            Krushnamegh.
            -------------------------------------------------

            Krushnamegh Kunte, PhD

            Reader (Assistant Professor)
            National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS)
            Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR)
            GKVK campus, Bellary Road,
            Bengaluru 560065, India.
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            Email: krushnamegh@..., krushnamegh@...
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            Member, IUCN/Species Survival Commission South Asian Invertebrate Specialist Group (2013-2020)

            Indian Foundation for Butterflies, and Butterflies of India website: http://ifoundbutterflies.org/
            Email: krushnamegh@...

            On 9/22/2017 5:36 PM, SHYAM GHATE shyamghate@... [Indianmoths] wrote:
             
            Hearty Congratulations, Yash.
            It will be a good idea if you can post a larger color image of the moth on this group -  which can enable casual moth watchers from providing information on possible sightings.
            cheers


            On Friday, September 22, 2017 2:53 PM, "Yash Sondhi yashsondhi@... [Indianmoths]" <Indianmoths@...> wrote:


             
            Dear all,
            We have described a new hawkmoth species from Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary, in Kerala. I have attached the publication in case anybody is interested. It would be useful to get more data on its distribution. If anybody has more sightings of this please report them on the group.
            Cheers


            --
            Yash Sondhi

            1208B, 109 Towers,
            109th Avenue, 737 SW
            Miami, Florida 33174

            Ph. No.: 3057987996


            PhD Student
            Department of Biological Sciences
            Florida International University,


            Member, Titli trust
            www.titlitrust.org

            Co- editor, Moths of India 
            www.mothsofindia.org
            Email: yash@...



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