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Mosaic moth camouflage.

Mosaic moth camouflage.

Moth,Concept Art,Character Design,Manga,Fairies

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.

Sweet Little Moth Creature Charm

Sweet Little Moth Creature Charm

Venezuelan poodle moth possibly new species discovered in 2009 by Dr. Anker of Kyrgyzstan, in the Gran Sabana region of Venezuela.

image source The Venezuelan poodle moth is a possible new species of moth discovered in 2009 by Dr. Arthur Anker ofBishkek, Kyrgyzstan, in the Gran Sabana region of Venezuela. It bears similarities to the.

Giant Leopard Moth (Hypercompe Scribonia). Saw one of these the other night, so beautiful and it was quite a good size compared to other moths here.

I was thrilled to see one of these in the wild. It was on a mossy boulder in the woods-I almost put my hand on it as I walked along with little Dave.

The Moth Pharaoh - illustration from the animated “Between Worlds” series -> www.behance.net/gallery/19740631/Between-Worlds #fairytale #magic #mythology #moth #creatures #animals #animation #GIF #watercolors #coloredpencils #art #Instaart

The Moth Pharaoh - illustration from the animated “Between Worlds” series -> www.behance.net/gallery/19740631/Between-Worlds #fairytale #magic #mythology #moth #creatures #animals #animation #GIF #watercolors #coloredpencils #art #Instaart

Hera buckmoth. Baker County Blog: NEW MOTHS IN BAKER & UNION COUNTIES (Oh, & did I mention Iraq?)

Hera buckmoth. Baker County Blog: NEW MOTHS IN BAKER & UNION COUNTIES (Oh, & did I mention Iraq?)

Luna Moths Photograph by Millard H. Sharp

Luna Moths

Luna Moths Photograph - Luna Moths Fine Art Print Phil and I first saw these beautiful creatures when we first moved to the country from the city.

what in the world -!!!!!! AMAZING ENOUGH SAID - this was not formED from a big bang NO WAY!!!!

Elephant Hawk Moth, so named because of the caterpillar stage in which it seems to have an elephants trunk.

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