Cocoons of Giant Atlas Moth (Attacus atlas)

These are atlas moth cocoons which look very fragile. These could be created by using plaster of paris.

COMET MOTH This big guys cocoon has a hole in it, so it doesnt drown in the downpours of the rain forest in Madagascar.

Comet moth or Madagascar moon moth, Argema mittrei by Roeselien Raimond©. The Comet moth or Madagascan moon moth is an African moth, native to the rain forests of Madagascar

Like their cousins the butterflies, moths also go through metamorphosis. Moths spin cocoons while butterflies create a naked chrysalis. The cocoon is a more sheltered, outer covering. This can often indicate a need to be more sheltered in our creative transforming activities and relationships when the moth is the messenger.

Moths spin cocoons while butterflies create a naked chrysalis. The cocoon is a more sheltered, outer covering. This can often indicate a need to be more sheltered in our creative transforming activities.

˚Abbot's Bagworm Moth cocoon (oiketicus abbotii)

˚Abbot's Bagworm Moth cocoon (oiketicus abbotii)

Silk worm Moth and cocoons. Only eat Mulberry leaves & give us our ...

silk worm moth and cocoons. Bombyx mori refers to silk from worms that only eat mulberry leaves, usually cultivated. The silk produced is white.

a moth pupa in its elaborate "cage", possibly Urodus sp (Urodidae) , Kanuku Mountains, Guyana In a golden cage by Arthur Anker, via Flickr

a moth pupa in its elaborate "cage", possibly Urodus sp (Urodidae) Kanuku Mountains, Guyana © Arthur Anker

LIVEFOOD SOUTHERN ATLAS MOTH Epiphora bauhinae x 3 COCOONS Saturnidae  #SilkMoth

LIVEFOOD SOUTHERN ATLAS MOTH Epiphora bauhinae x 3 COCOONS Saturnidae

LIVEFOOD SOUTHERN ATLAS MOTH Epiphora bauhinae x 3 COCOONS Saturnidae #SilkMoth

Rusty Tussock Moth Cocoon and Eggs from England - What's That Bug?

Cocoon with raised circular bumps March 2010 Hello Bugman, from across the pond.

Moth Cloak                                                                     OMG!! my next winter coat!!!! YESSSSSS!

Moth coat by prop maker/art director Rhea Thierstein. Made for Tim Walker shoot "The Origin of Monsters" for Love magazine. Can imagine lifting the arms and delicate ripples of thin crushed velvet pour down behind as the wings open.

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