Australian Museum Prominent Moths Expedition
Prominent Moths are named so because of the prominent tuft of hair on the edge of the forewing which protrudes upwards when the moth is resting. Although many moths in this family are not very colourful, they have interesting patterns and are masters of camouflage and can be difficult to see on bark and twigs.
,This expedition of 1317 tasks is fully transcribed and validated.
This data resource is harvested periodically into the main occurrence index.
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Includes: point occurrence data, crowd sourced, BVP, transcribing complete, validation complete.
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Metadata last updated on 2017-04-11 19:09:29.0