Brahmin Moth from "Aliens on Earth: macro photographs of insects by Igor Siwanowicz" as seen in The Telegraph

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Brahmin moth - (Brahmaea hearseyi) Aliens on Earth: macro pictures of praying mantises and bugs by Igor Siwanowicz

The Monarch...  They represent a new transformed life...  They also represent the souls of the dead...

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Monarch butterflies migration, Monarch butterflies life cycle, Monarch butterflies in mexico, Monarch butterflies flying, Monarc.

Hummingbird Hawk Moth  By: Christopher Grant.  we have a lot of these they are quite interesting.

Heard these in Buena Vista Colorado. Hummingbird Hawk Moth By: Christopher Grant

Chinese Moon Moth(Actias dubernardi)  probably the only moth i wouldn't be afraid of...

elrondxrn: “ mallory-moon: “ Chinese Moon Moth (Actias dubernardi) ” oh wooooooooow ” That’s a lovely specimen, but it’s no Chinese moon moth. This is the Chinese moon moth: Female is.

Antique Moths Print Australian Moths by PeonyandThistlePaper, £18.00

Antique Moths Print Australian Moths by PeonyandThistlePaper,

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." Wikipedia

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.

A picture of a Comet Moth. What a beautiful creature. - Imgur

A picture of a Comet Moth. What a beautiful creature.

Comet moth, Argema mittrei, one of the most beautiful moths in the world. The Comet moth or Madagascan Moon Moth, is named after its long red 'tails'.

Large Emerald

The biggest and most handsome of the UK’s green moths, whose smaller members include the spiny bollworm, a very rare immigrant recorded at Buckingham Palace in 1964, after a state visit from Tanzania

Martin Wainwright’s 10 favourite British moths - in pictures

Large Emerald The biggest and most handsome of the UK’s green moths, whose smaller members include the spiny bollworm, a very rare immigrant recorded at Buckingham Palace in after a state visit from Tanzania re-posted from Mary Vileta

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