Imperial Moth

Imperial Moth

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Credit: MILLARD H. SHARP/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Male and Female Imperial Moths (Eacles imperialis) A moderately large member of the silk moth family that ranges from Southern Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, from Texas to the East Coast of the US. The female is larger than the male and her coloration is predominantly sulphur yellow with some pinkish to purplish-brown markings. While the smaller male has more of the mottled coloration, also it's antenna is more fibrous. Fuval County, Florida, USA.

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