ASCALAPHA ODORATA PDF

Black Witch cat, right side – Ascalapha odorata Moth in Texas – Ascalapha odorata San Antonio, Bexar County, TX, USA – Ascalapha odorata – female Black . The erebid moth Ascalapha odorata, commonly known as the black witch moth, is a large bat-shaped, dark-colored nocturnal moth, found from Brazil until the. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Ascalapha odorata (Linnaeus, ). female. male.

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The most northerly Black Witch Ascalapha odorata: In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Butterflies and Moths of North America.

Dedicated naturalists volunteer their time ascalappha resources here to provide this service. Three mating pairs of adults reported along Texas coast from Brownsville to Houston in August. Wings dark brown, both pairs crossed by series of alternating light and dark undulating lines and bands; often an iridescent blue cast over wings.

The black witch moth is considered a harbinger of death in Mexican and Caribbean folklore. Common in southern Florida and the Caribbean.

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Skip to main content. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. In Jamaican English, the word duppy is associated with malevolent spirits returning to inflict harm upon the living [2] and bat refers to anything other than a bird that flies. Dallas County, Iowa, United States.

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Ascalapha odorata

Costa Rican Natural History. G5 – Demonstrably secure globally, though it may be quite rare in parts of its range, especially at the periphery.

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Montrose County, Ascaalapha, United States. Erebus odorata Oorata Erebus odora Linnaeusmisspelling Phylogenetic sequence Explanation of Names odorata – Latin for “scented, having an odor” 1 The names “Black Witch” and “Money Moth” show that this insect can be seen as lucky or unlucky depending on the local culture. Identification Wings dark brown, both pairs crossed by series of alternating light and dark undulating lines and bands; often an iridescent blue cast over wings.

Black Witch Ascalapha odorata Linnaeus, Phalaena Bombyx odorata Linnaeus Males lack pale bands: My sightings My species checklist Manage my photographs My Account. Butterflies and Moths of North America map.

University of Alberta E. Often found perched on houses and out buildings during the day: Weld County, Colorado, United States. Apotropaic magic Astrology and science Coincidence Debunker Divination Folk religion Fortune-telling Magic and religion Magical thinking Numerology Perceptions of religious imagery in natural phenomena Post hoc ergo propter hoc Traditional medicine Urban legend.

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Harris County, Texas, United States. Albany County, Wyoming, United States. If you need expert professional advice, contact your local extension office. It is also found in Asscalaphabut it is not native to the islands. As a consequence of that belief, both the moth and the maggot are called with the common name “ura”. Pima County, Arizona, United States.

Contributed by Troy Bartlett on 10 July, – Life Cycle The northward June migration out of Mexico coincides with Mexico’s rainy season which typically starts in early June and lasts through October.

List of lucky symbols List of bad luck signs Sailors’ superstitions Theatrical superstitions. Notes of the early stages of Erebus odora L.

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Hidalgo County, Texas, United States. Both the name and folk belief are of unknown origin. Tropical; regularly present in S.