moth - nature
Moths, seen in the French Alps, in Bourg Maurice, France. Photo by Becky Robyn.
Said to be the most common of North America's giant silk moths, the Polyphemus was named after the one-eyed giant of Greek mythology because of the large eyespots on its hindwings. The spots on all four wings are transparent.
Crambid Snout Moth - Pyrausta inornatalis - Lepidoptera: Crambidae - Attracted to the black light at Laguna Beach, CA
Ornate tiger moth (Apantesis ornata, Arctiidae)
Emperor Gum Moth, Opodiphthera eucalypti
Its so Pretty I Love Light This Blue Butterfly, I can't believe I'm doing and saying all these things!!!????
Igor Siwanowicz Woolly moths
Urania ripheus, Underside - Sunset Moth - The Madagascan sunset moth is a day-flying moth. It is considered one of the most beautiful and impressive flying insects. It is famous worldwide and is featured in most coffee table books on Lepidoptera.
Common Red Agrias - Agrias claudina lugens
E.A. Seguy - crowded moths
Artist, Sage Vaughn, creation displayed at the Avant/Garde Diaries: Transmission LA: A/V CLUB.
The Comet moth (Argema mittrei) or Madagascan moon moth is an African moth, native to the rain forests of Madagascar. The male has a wing span of nearly 7 inches and a tail that is about 5 1/2 inches long ~ this makes it one of the largest silk moths in the world.