Luna Moth (Actias luna), male, family Saturniidae, Fort Bragg, NC, USA
* Notice that there are no extendable mouth parts (proboscis), as large Saturniid moths (Silk Moths) do not feed as adults, and do not live more than a week or two.
(photo: Lynette Schimming)

Luna Moth (Actias luna), male, family Saturniidae, Fort Bragg, NC, USA

* Notice that there are no extendable mouth parts (proboscis), as large Saturniid moths (Silk Moths) do not feed as adults, and do not live more than a week or two.

(photo: Lynette Schimming)

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