Whenever I see a moth shaped like this, I assume it’s a tortricid. Probably not a bad guess, considering Tortricidae is one of the largest familes of Lepidoptera.
Subjects: Butterflies and Moths, Insects, and Moths.
Places: Brazil, Minas Gerais, South America, Uberlandia, and Victorio Siquieroli Park.
Life Stages: Adult.
Taxa: Class Insecta, Family Tortricidae, and Order Lepidoptera.
Colors: Brown and Tan.