|The three new specimens consisting of a White Cicada, Indian Moon Moth and some sort of Emporer Moth|
|Ayuthia Spectabilis, White Cicada was magnificent in itself|
But, being a lepidopterist, the prize of my collection was, naturally the two large saturniid moths; an Indian Moon Moth and another moth of the "Emperor" Moths.
|This female indian moon moth (Actias Luna), with its beautiful fairy-like chalk green wings was truly a sight to behold and measured almost 13cm from the top of its fore wings to the trailing tails on its hindwings|
|And not to forget this majestic male Antheraea Celebensis (common name unidentified) with its fiery wings that I believe to be one of the Emperor Moths|
|To give you a rough idea on the size of these moths, here's a picture of the Emperor Moth held up against my face!|
Why is it all the cool animals have gone extinct...and the even cooler ones are now endangered...