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A very furry moth.reminds me of a fluffy easter chick! I think it may be a Tiger Moth .

Are those eyelashes? #silkworm Bombyx mori | tumblr_m2pq2hrVxY1ro1r3fo6_500.jpg

Moth of the Week: The Silkworm Moth, Bombyx Mori Meet Bombyx mori, the silkworm moth from the family Bombycidae.

Tiger Moth

This is a Tiger Moth my husband found. Gorgeous inner wings isn't it.

Amazing Elephant hawk moth (Deilephila elpenor).

The Elephant Hawk-moth - Pixdaus I believe Jim Henson got his muppets from looking at moths, etc. up close.

Euhagena nebraskae

Euhagena nebraskae Looks like a goats head!

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Adorable bug avec built-in chapeau.

Southern Flannel Moth (Megalopyge opercularis)

Southern Flannel Moth (Megalopyge opercularis)

Ruby Tiger - Phragmatobia fuliginosa

Ruby Tiger - Phragmatobia fuliginosa

Bombyx mori

Bombyx mori игрушечная красотка

Our wee Bombyx Mori moth finally emerged from her cocoon just over a week ago and has been busily laying doze.

Silk worm Moth and cocoons. Only eat Mulberry leaves & give us our ...

Silk worm moth and cocoons . white silk cocoons made by worms that feed on Mulberry tree leaves. Tussah or wild silk is often produced by silkworms that feed on other leaves, like juniper and oak. Tussah silk is golden.

Ceanothus Silk Moth (Hyalophora euryalus)

Columbian Silk Moth (Hyalophora columbia) information and photos

The Parthenice Tiger Moth (Grammia parthenice) is a moth of the ...

The Parthenice tiger moth (Grammia parthenice) is in the Arctiidae family. Found in southeastern Canada & the eastern United States.

Eudocima Salaminia Moth

A moth is an insect closely related to the butterfly. Here are some moths I consider interesting and beautiful.

Muslin Moth.

The Moths of Suffolk - 2063 Muslin Moth, Diaphora mendica, (Clerck,