ⓘ Category:Insects of the Comoros

Achaea diplographa

Achaea diplographa is a species of moth of the family Erebidae first described by George Hampson in 1913. It is found in the Comoros off the eastern coast of Africa.

Conservula cinisigna

Conservula cinisigna is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found in Africa south of the Sahara. Its length is approximately 20 mm 0.79 In, With wing length 17-18 mm 0.67–0.71 V.


ⓘ Insects of the Comoros

  • butterfly species which have been recorded on the Comoros and on Mayotte, which is geographically part of the Comoro Islands. Papilio aristophontes Oberthur
  • The Comoro Islands or Comoros Shikomori Komori Arabic: جزر القمر Juzur al - Qomor French: Les Comores form an archipelago of volcanic islands situated
  • This is a list of the bird species recorded in the Comoros The avifauna of the Comoros include a total of 146 species, of which 14 are endemic, 6 have
  • The Grand Comoro drongo Dicrurus fuscipennis is a species of bird in the family Dicruridae. It is endemic to Comoros The bird is glossy black with
  • Grand Comore in the Comoros Mount Karthala is an active volcano and future eruptions pose a serious threat to the Karthala white - eye. The bird is further
  • The Grand Comoro Day Gecko Phelsuma v - nigra comoraegrandensis Meier, 1986 is a small diurnal subspecies of geckos. It lives in the Comoros and typically
  • endemic to the island of Grand Comoro in the Comoros where it inhabits forest on the slopes of Mount Karthala. The scientific name commemorates the French
  • listed as endangered. The IUCN also lists 21 insect subspecies as endangered. No subpopulations of insects have been evaluated by the IUCN. For a species
  • In the Comoros the species is found on all the major islands, particularly in forested zones. It can be found from near sea level up to 2000 m. The diet