Poodle moth (Artace sp, perhaps A. cribaria), Venezuela

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    1. christineNZ2014 26 months ago | reply

      I love him! lol

    2. Viana Oliver1 26 months ago | reply

      That is one cool looking moth.

    3. Corinneski 25 months ago | reply

      It looks like its wearing eyelash curlers. Unbelievable!!

    4. rianklong 25 months ago | reply

      That is crazy!

    5. john cowper 25 months ago | reply

      Looks like a prop from Star Wars!

    6. Mirjamila 22 months ago | reply

      so ...um... fluffy? <3 <3

    7. bevcraigwhite 22 months ago | reply

      astonishing capture !!!!!
      Please add this beautiful photo to CITRIT,Best of yours!
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    8. sjb4photos 22 months ago | reply

      This is beyond belief.

    9. purrfectlyhappyisme 20 months ago | reply

      Are you bugging us?

    10. happyjax 20 months ago | reply

      Wasn't he a character on Star Trek???
      Very nice pic:)

    11. Starmon52 20 months ago | reply

      Looks like it's sporting a Poodle Cut as well. How unique !!

    12. Big Lion Head 20 months ago | reply

      I want to believe (as was once said), but would need more scientific evidence before I'd fully commit myself. Either way, it's a wonderful image.

    13. JnDiaz15 20 months ago | reply

      Better get my Pokedex!

    14. jordanhky 18 months ago | reply

      It is very similar, however it is more "fluffy" and has different antennae

    15. mercadoanna7 17 months ago | reply

      i live in ohio my brother found a poodle moth,not realizing the importance of this creature, before he walked away from it he took pictures of it.It is real thier was about 5 guys surrounding this poddlemoth. cant say no more

    16. Huntan Peck 15 months ago | reply

      I'm pretty sure that I saw something very similar to this years ago in a Godzilla movie. You sure it isn't Japanese?

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