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On this occasion I will share a photo about insects to all my friends, I found this insect photo when I was deliberately looking for an object for me to post on the steemit platform.
When I was walking around to get an object that I could photograph, I found an insect-like star that was perching on the trees, and I was interested in capturing it with my smartphone. After I took the photo, I finally found out about the Latin name of this animal which is often referred to as Amata Huebneri.
Amata huebneri, the wasp moth, is a moth in the genus Amata of the family Erebidae (subfamily Arctiinae - "woolly bears" or "tiger moths"). The species was first described by Jean Baptiste Boisduval in 1829. It is found from the Indo Australian tropics to northern Australia. Adults are black with yellow bands across the abdomen, and transparent windows in the wings. It is a wasp mimic.Wikipedia
These are some of the photos I took with my smartphone
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