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I have this vine in my garden. It is covered in life.

I have this vine in my garden. It is covered in life.

Lily Moth / Polytela Gloriosae I had to check this was real, not embroidered!

Lily Moth / Polytela Gloriosae I had to check this was real, not embroidered!

I once looked after two of these moths since they were caterpillars. these great creatures are proof not all moths are gross

I once looked after two of these moths since they were caterpillars. these great creatures are proof not all moths are gross

Photographer Thomas Shahan takes incredible close up macro pictures from a bugs eye-view

Photographer Thomas Shahan takes incredible close up macro pictures from a bugs eye-view

Chinese Moon Moth (Actias luna)  Luna -- This rare moon moth is half Spanish and half Chinese. Luna Moths are huge moths, with a wingspan of four and a half inches. They have a white body, pinkish legs, and huge pale green wings. The hindwings have eyespots and long tails. They fly, only at night, in Spring and early Summer. Luna Moths were once very common, but are now considered an endangered species in some areas.

Chinese Moon Moth (Actias luna) Luna -- This rare moon moth is half Spanish and half Chinese. Luna Moths are huge moths, with a wingspan of four and a half inches. They have a white body, pinkish legs, and huge pale green wings. The hindwings have eyespots and long tails. They fly, only at night, in Spring and early Summer. Luna Moths were once very common, but are now considered an endangered species in some areas.

Scarab beetle- This beetle is also known as the Shining Leaf Chafer Beetle. It is known for it's vibrant, shiny color. While scarab beetles are common in Egyptian myths, this particular specimen is from the Southwestern United States where it is considered an agricultural pest.

Scarab beetle- This beetle is also known as the Shining Leaf Chafer Beetle. It is known for it's vibrant, shiny color. While scarab beetles are common in Egyptian myths, this particular specimen is from the Southwestern United States where it is considered an agricultural pest.

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