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Moths

Moths can be distinguished from butterflies by their more feathery antennae and broader body. They also tend to rest with their wings spread and many enjoy flying at night.

Click on a Moth Name to see Picture and Description

Choose the color of your moth according to the chart below. The color charts are a guide and not always 100% accurate.

Moth
Bumblebee Moth
California Tent Caterpillar
Eastern Tent Caterpillar
Gypsy Moth
Gypsy Moth Caterpillar
Hummingbird Moth
Imperial Moth
Nuttall's Day Moth
Polyphemus Moth
Rustic Sphinx Moth
Tent Caterpillar Moths
Tent Caterpillar
Tobacco Hornworm
Tobacco Hornworm Caterpillar
Ultronia Underwing Moth
Western Spruce Budworm Moth
Woolly Bear Caterpillar Moth
Woolly Bear Caterpillar
Ceanothus Silk Moth
Cecropia Moth
Glover’s Silk Moth
Io Moth
Nessus Sphinx Moth
Pink-spotted Hawk Moth
Sheep Moth
Luna Moth
Tomato Hornworm Moth
Tomato Hornworm Caterpillar
Virginia Ctenuchid Moth
Acrea Moth
Fall Webworm Moth
Fall Webworm Caterpillar
Giant Leopard Moth
Mexican Tiger Moth
Ornate Tiger Moth
Pictured Tiger Moth
Virgin Tiger Moth

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