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Common name: Luna moth (male), Latin Species name: Actias luna
Collected in Crosby, Ontario on June 7, 2004
The Luna Moth (Actias luna) is eastern North America’s most recognizable species. Its delicate green colour, semi-transparent wings with eyespots, and spectacular tails make it a favourite. Despite its striking shape and colour, it hides in plain sight during the day by hanging motionless from a leafy branch.
The Luna is a member of the silk moth family. They survive the winter as a pupa wrapped in a silk cocoon inside a dried leaf in the leaf litter.
Whereas most specimens have golden margins on the trailing edges of their wings, this specimen sports the less common red margins!
This moth has a wingspread of 101 mm.