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Amazing leaf roller moth.

What do You Think if Bugs That Look Like Roaches?

Nope, it's not jewelry. Its a Leaf roller moth (Pseudatteria leopardina).

I swear I'm right here We'll be good I promise, we'll be so good Open your hand Take a glass Don't be scared I'm right here.

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. How beautiful they are.

Luna Moth - North America

Luna Moth - North America HOLY This thing looks like an amazing technicolor rave plane.

@tracyporter_poeticwanderlust's photo: "in my garden this morning - natures loves pattern

I don't know if this is a Tiger Moth or a colorful Hummingbird Moth. Beautiful though!

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After making some enquiries I have found that this pink moth is called Eudaemonia argus. The wings were about from tip to tip and the length was about to the bottom of the wing trailers.

Grammia arge

An online resource devoted to North American insects, spiders and their kin, offering identification, images, and information.

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.

The Suraka Silk Moth (Antherina suraka) is a moth of the Saturniidae family. It is found on Madagascar and Mayotte.

Tip of a butterfly tongue (720x)

Continuing my love of microscopic photography, I bring you …a butterfly's tongue…so very beautiful and wondrous. The tip of a butterfly tongue viewed in polarized light by Stephen S. Nagy, M. from Helena, Montana. (Stephen S. Nagy, M.

Pink orchid mantis - This species is characterized by brilliant and beautiful coloring and unusual structure; their four walking legs resemble flower petals, and the coloration of the bodies tends to match the environment in which they were raised. (mantis from Malaysia, Indonesian, and Sumatran rain forests)

Pink orchid mantis / Hymenopus coronatus Macro photography by Bug Eye.

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