Leopard Moth

Copyright Jeffrey Foltice

I ran across this Leopard Moth in Western Michigan and moved in for a nice macro photo. If you would like a high resolution print or greeting card of this image, just click on the photo below for ordering info.
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15 responses to “Leopard Moth”

  1. staceyweichert says :

    Now that’s a cool moth, I just found a large moth in my garden!

  2. Regina (Gina) Arnold says :

    I’ve never seen one of these before. Nice shot!

  3. Sylvia Gravrock says :

    That’s incredible. Thanks for sharing!

  4. melodylowes says :

    Wow – is that thing for real? Who knew a moth could have artistic integrity? :)

  5. BreOfficialBlog says :

    I have never seen any moth remotely like this. Great Capture : )

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  7. webcentrick says :

    That’s a new one on me. Very cool. God is great!

  8. abichica says :

    wow!! that a beautiful and weird butterfly.. :-)

  9. boldbohemian says :

    Never saw one, interesting!

  10. Three Well Beings says :

    I’ve never seen a leopard moth! Isn’t it exquisite!

  11. chriscaff says :

    Wonderful phot, and now I know what a leopard moth looks like.

  12. colonialist says :

    Absolutely lovely! An extra bonus for me is that my father had a Leopard Moth biplane (Tiger Moth with a cabin), which I learnt to fly in. Great to see what the original looks like.

  13. betunada says :

    keypittupp! you continue to amaze, educate, and, well, M-PRESS!

  14. Candace says :

    Handsome critter!

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