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Moth and flower - Magdalena Wasiczeks

Moth and flower - Magdalena Wasiczeks

Moth with “predator” protective eyes

Moth with “predator” protective eyes

Stained glass wings on beautiful moth

Stained glass wings on beautiful moth

Elephant Hawk Moth (Deilephila elpenor) in flight

Elephant Hawk Moth (Deilephila elpenor) in flight

Elephant Hawk-moth

Elephant Hawk-moth

Humming Birdhawk Moth - Photo by David Green 

Humming Birdhawk Moth - Photo by David Green 

Ornate Tiger Moth  (Grammia ornata)
Dolor Ipsum)
Posted by Mrs. Moosicorn

Ornate Tiger Moth  (Grammia ornata)

Ornate Tiger Moth
Dolor Ipsum)

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Indian Owlet Moth - Kapil Koltharkar

Indian Owlet Moth - Kapil Koltharkar

 art nouveau moth mirror

 art nouveau moth mirror

Wingscales of a Sunset Moth - Photo by Laurie Knight

Wingscales of a Sunset Moth - Photo by Laurie Knight

Emperor Moth Caterpillar feeding on Heather. Photo by Guy Rogers

Emperor Moth Caterpillar feeding on Heather. Photo by Guy Rogers

Pale Tussock Moth Caterpillar (Dasychira pudibunda)

Pale Tussock Moth Caterpillar (Dasychira pudibunda)

Amazing nature - life finds a way 

Amazing nature - life finds a way 

Silk Moth 

Silk Moth 

The Cinnabar Moth is another black and red species often encountered during the day but is in the family Arctiidae with footman and tigers rather than in the Zygaenidae family with the Burnets. The Cinnabar is not strictly a day-flying moth but it is easily disturbed from rest in long vegetation during the day. Adults fly from May to July.

The Cinnabar Moth is another black and red species often encountered during the day but is in the family Arctiidae with footman and tigers rather than in the Zygaenidae family with the Burnets. The Cinnabar is not strictly a day-flying moth but it is easily disturbed from rest in long vegetation during the day. Adults fly from May to July.