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In the back garden - Asota plagiata. The larva feed on Moreton Bay Fig trees.

Brisbane, Australia.
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cevas

That's a great picture!! Thanks Rob and Jeremy.

robryan

Thanks Morris, Jim (ha-ha!!) and IF - I'll pass the compliments along to Jeremy!

islandflyer

Beautiful colors and nice capture, with great detail. Thanks for posting your son's fine photo work, robryan.

jetmech7

Great shot , very pretty moth. Last moth I saw ate a hole in a wool sweater. Jim

morris186

Great shot, Jeremy!!

robryan

Thanks Janet, Suzy, smllpkg, Dave, Beekay, Lyndee and Patti - I really appreciate all the comments - and will pass the compliments on to Jeremy:)))

PLG1958

Wonderful shot!

lyndee

He's sure huggin' that tree!!!

Beekay

That's a great close up and yes the marking and colors do look rather tiger like. Thanks Jeremy and Rob :-)))

warbler

The tiger part of the name shows well too. Fantastic photo, Jeremy! Thanks Robyn!!!

smllpkg101

You can certainly understand how it got its common name.

laurajane

It is amazing the variety of markings on moths and butterflies. This is a great shot Jeremy got.

pumpkinhead

Those big white eyes would fool any predator!

jan42ful

That's a beautifully marked moth thanks Jeremy and Rob. We don't have them around here either, but then there's no Moreton Bay Figs. Maybe closer to the coast. I know there used to be some at Tewantin, but I think they chopped them down as that said that they were dangerous! hugs.

robryan

It was about 3/4" long Barb - thanks :))))

SunnyBarb25

A beautifully marked moth...looks a good size too...thank you Rob and Jeremy :)

robryan

Thanks Shirley - I'll pass on the compliments to Jeremy:))

Shian2

I've not seen this one before, look at those big eyes, terrific shot, Rob, Thank you.

robryan

It's the first one we've seen too Nev - and we don't have Moreton Bay Figs near us either:)) They're WAY too big for a suburban back yard, but are in parks around the city!Thanks :)))

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