Poetry in wings

Attacus atlas. Atlas moths are considered the largest moths in the world.
Trotocraspeda divaricata, Geometrid moth.
Rapdalus pardicolor, Cossid or goat moth.
Ocinara sp., Bobycid moth.
Celerena signata, female, Geometrid moth.
Auzea rufifrontata, swallow-tailed moth.
Eudocima sikhimensis, fruit-piercing moth.
Brihaspa atrostigmella, snout moth.
Neochera marmorea, noctuid moth.
Caterpillar. It is not merely the adult moths that are lively.
Caterpillars too display rich and vibrant patterns.
Caterpillars are voracious eaters. Most adult moths do not eat at all.
Cifuna locoples emerging from its cocoon. Moths are clever creatures. When the conditions are unfavourable, they remain in the cocoon for extended periods of time until the environment becomes suitable for the adult to emerge.
Macrocilix maia.
IM 16. Lebeda nobilis, Lappet moth
Syntypistis pallidifascia, prominent moth.
Lopharthrum comprimens.
Asota tortuosa. A forest scene on the wings.
Cadarena pudoraria.
Yponomeutidae, Attera species.
Phantom moth.
Callambulyx rubricosa rubricosa, male hawkmoth.
Death's-head hawkmoth.
Thymistida cf. tripunctata, hook-tip moth.
Ourapteryx marginata, swallow-tailed moth.
Lotaphora iridicolor, Geometridae family.
Pseudeuchlora kafebera, Geometrid moth.
Tanaorhinus, Geometridae family.
Thinopteryx crocoptera, Geometridae family.
Barsine flammealis, arctiid moth.
IM 27. Cyana cf effracta
Cyana gazella, Arctiidae family.
Cyana sp., Arctiidae family.
Cyana adita, Arctiidae family.
Osteosema sanguinilineata, geometrid moth.
Brahmaea hearseyi, brahmid moth.
Actias maenas, male, the moon moth.
Apsarasa radians, belonging to the Noctuidae family.
Nygmia sp., commonly known as tussock moth.
Agathia laetata, emerald moth.
Hamodes propitia, Catacolinae moth.
Baorisa hieroglyphica.
Zamarda sp., geometrid moth.
Trabala ganesha, male, of the Lasiocampidae family. A lappet moth.
Trabala Vishnou, female. Lappet moth.
Lygodium, spider moth.
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