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'

kellyvivanco: Lepidoptera — Graellsia isabellae — Spanish Moon Moth This moth is like living Art Nouveau.

Harnessed Tiger Moth by SeabrookeLeckie.com, via Flickr Open tiger mothe

malformalady: Harnessed Tiger Moth(Apantesis phalerata) is a species of moth of the Arctiidae family. It is found from Ontario, Quebec and Maine to Florida, west to Texas, north to South Dakota.The wingspan is mm.

onalandmine: small emperor moth - wrinkle me deep, o loved one

onalandmine: small emperor moth (wrinkle me deep, o loved one)

onalandmine: small emperor moth - wrinkle me deep, o loved one- Real life Mothra

Bunaeopsis sp. (Saturniidae) from Kenya.

Photo of a beautiful moth in Kenya. Picture is copyright to Shoor Travel.

Moths always bring up memories of summer nights with pulsating clouds of fluttery wings swarming the lights by the door…and the subsequent shrieking that breaks the quiet as I flail my arms a…

Yumi Okita Moths always bring up memories of summer nights with pulsating clouds of fluttery wings swarming the lights by the door…and the subsequent shrieking that breaks the quiet as I flail my arms a…

Deaths head moth. Still makes me think of Hannibal Lecter, but an awesome moth none the less.

Death's-head Hawkmoth (Acherontia lachesis), an old bleached specimen still showing the classical skull-shaped head

Moth - White Ermine (Spilosoma lubricipeda)

Moth - White Ermine (Spilosoma lubricipeda This Just makes it better. I love ermines. And I love moths. This is a 2 for 1 deal in fucking nature!

Arge Tiger Moth - Grammia arge

Arge Moth, Grammia arge, from Quebec and Maine to Florida, west to New Mexico, north to North Dakota and Ontario.

Death's head moths (Acherontia atropos [top], A. styx [middle], A. lachesis [bottom]

Acherontia atropos is the Death's Head moth species featured in *Silence of the Lambs* though it was referred to as "Acherontia styx"– presumably because it sounded cooler.

Peach moth, egybollis vaillantina

bring nature back into your garden Peach Moth Egybolis vaillantia indigenous moth photo,lava feeds on deinbollia ablongifolia, environmental rehabilitation, landscaping landscape design

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