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Luna Moth at Nauvoo, Illinois, USA, July 2008, Wilodene
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It is beautiful, I have only seen one before, up in Maine.
~Izzie
28/Jun/09 2:01 AM
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I have a picture of one I took in our front yard a year ago but I didn't know what it was.
28/Jun/09 2:10 AM
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We have a LOT of these around here. You don't see them frequently, unless you're a night owl, because they're nocturnal. They have 2 hatches a year..... the moths from the first hatch have pink edges on the wings, the moths from the second hatch of the year have yellow edges to the wings..
28/Jun/09 6:09 AM
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Hey Heidi, I didn't know all that about these beautiful creatures! The only one I have seen, as I recall ("recall" being the iffy word here), was in Maine, just as Izzie did.
28/Jun/09 7:33 AM
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So that's a Luna Moth. I've only heard of one in Eric Carle's The Very Quiet Cricket.
28/Jun/09 9:13 AM
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Kate... they're 4 to 5 inches long.... very big moths.
28/Jun/09 9:16 AM
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First one I've seen, didn't know they existed. How did you get it to pose for you in such a lovely setting??
28/Jun/09 10:14 AM
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Brilliant contrast, Wilodene.
28/Jun/09 5:23 PM
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