We have been treated to an extended northeast monsoon here in Bangalore. And every now and then I am presented with pleasant surprises. A few recent moth sightings. Identification help is greatly appreciated.
|Tiny, with neat peachy-fawn and black coloration (indoors)|
|The same chap, pictured on my wrist (indoors)|
|Leopard prints are in. Tiny moth. Outdoors, on wall stucco|
|Dainty moth. Medium sized. Indoors|
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2 thoughts on “Moth Smoke III – Unidentified moths around the house”
Moths are very difficult.
The first and the last two seem to be Noctuidae family Catocalinae sub-family. I think the last one may be an Bastilla sp.
Not too sure about any of them 🙂