Scientific note : Some obServationS on AmAutA cAcicA procerA ( boiSduval ) ( caStniidae : caStniinae ) in coSta rica

@inproceedings{Miller2009ScientificN,
  title={Scientific note : Some obServationS on AmAutA cAcicA procerA ( boiSduval ) ( caStniidae : caStniinae ) in coSta rica},
  author={Jacqueline Y. Miller and Andrei Sourakov},
  year={2009}
}
that are widely distributed from Guatemala through Central America into western South America, including Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia (Miller 1995). The moths within the genus Amauta are quite large (FWL ♂ = 62.0–73.0mm; ♀= 72.5–79.0 mm) and distinct with the ground color on the wings dark blackish to warm brown and with a straight lateral postmedian band which extends from R3 on the costa to the anal margin on the forewing. The hindwing has a broad reddish orange extradiscal spotband… CONTINUE READING