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ATLAS MOTH The Atlas moth (Attacus atlas) is a large saturniid moth found in the tropical and subtropical forests of Southeast Asia, and is common across the Malay archipelago. The world's largest moth which such a large wingspan and pretty design never eats and only lives 2 or 3 weeks.
Extreme Funny Humor - Amazing Pictures - Huge moth - notice how the tips of each wing look like snake heads, & the body is marked much like the pattern of certain snakes.
The world’s largest Moth is the Queen Alexandra’s birdwing from Papua New Guinea with a wingspan of 28 cm (11 in).
Clearwing Tussock Moth (Lymantriinae), possibly Perina sp., male | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Leopard Moth Spots by Morgan Loven
Hyalophora Cecropia by lilfishstudios, via Flickr
lime-green luna moth.
Harlequin moth--- Is God an Artist Supreme, or what?
Blue and white moth
˚Spanish Moth - Xanthopastis timais
Sycamore Moth (Acronicta aceris) Caterpillar by forbesimages, via Flickr: Hard to believe that it turns into a plain colored moth. #Photography #Sycamore_Moth_Caterpillar #forbesimages
Close up with and Atlas Moth (Attacus atlas), family Saturniidae (the silk or emperor moths). This species has the largest wingspread of any moth species
tiger moth by myriorama, via Flickr
Pale Green Awlet (Burara gomata, Coeliadinae, Hesperiidae) by itchydogimages, via Flickr