Harnessed Tiger Moth by SeabrookeLeckie.com, via Flickr Open tiger mothe
Bizarre Looper Moth (Anisozyga pieroides)
Lily Moth / Polytela Gloriosae I had to check this was real, not embroidered!
Yumi Okita. I don't know what these are made of (cloth?) but I think they're cool.
Spanish Moon Moth, native to Spain and France; ...they are huge - their wingspan can be 2.5 inches to almost 4 inches wide!; males have much longer 'tails'
White Ermine Moth …
Muslin Moth, Diaphora mendica http://www.suffolkmoths.org.uk/cgi-bin/mos/account.cgi?code=2063
Bombay Moira Moth. Domesticated to the point that they cannot fly and are dependent on humans to stay alive.
Venezuelan poodle moth - first discovered and photographed in 2009 and believed to be a new species. It's thought to belong to the lepidopteran genus Artace. | via I Fucking Love Science
Looks like I will be making new Puppets for Explorations Pink Emperor Gum Moth