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Date notes: 06:41 am aug 16 2017 male and female hubbard's small silkmoth
Submitted by: Sam Rodd
Specimen type: Photograph
Observation notes: Grey body white dots on top of fore wing and a red pink watermelon like colour on the bottom of the fore wing and the hind wing, the hind wing has a black spot in the middle of it. Females are larger and have very thin antennas, and males are smaller with fluffy antennas.