Copyright: Per Hoffmann Olsen

Amata phegea (Linnaeus, 1758)

In all of Europe we only have six species of the Amata Genus - if we step up to the Tribe where Amata belongs, we get 3 additional Dysauxes species . In Africa below Sahara there are over 100 known Amata species.

Have a look at these on this nice AfroMoths website. There is no direct link to the Amata Pictures, you have to do some work yourself.

Click on this link http://www.afromoths.net/species/pictures and then type in "Amata" in the "Filter by genus" Dropdown. Enjoy!

  • English: Nine-spotted
  • German/Austrian: Wie√üfleckwidderchen
  • Danish:
  • Image: 1920x1080
  • Location: Austria, Wien, Hadersdorf
  • Date: 25/06/2005
  • Copyright: Per Hoffmann Olsen
  • Camera: Canon EOS 20D
  • Lens: Sigma 150mm APO Macro

 

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