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One of my favorite moth. Found this one the other night on my porch.

Below is a another capture where you can see the whole moth. You can view both large if you want ;-)

Here are some more information about this moth:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dryocampa_rubicunda

Manatee County, Florida

February 11, 2013

ID confirmed by Bob Biagi at Bugguide.net

(Dryocampa rubicunda). Sabine County, Texas.

Dryocampa rubicunda . It looks like it's wearing fuzzy pajamas and a Dolly Parton wig.

Here's a good example of how fast caterpillars can grow and change...I spotted this one six days ago and revisited it yesterday, shown in this photo...see the photo to the left to see how it looked six days before!

 

See below for a mature Rosy Mapleworm caterpillar and the colorful moth it will become...

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dryocampa_rubicunda

I had never seen this kind of moth and I was so happy that I had my new macro lens to get this shots two weeks ago in West Virginia.

Blakeley State Park seems to be in the pink these days, with the previously posted pink Katydid and this gorgeous Rosy Maple Moth being found within a day!

These guys want to eat all they can, so they can become a beautiful Rosy Maple moth...see below!

While exploring a bog today, I came across the oddest "flower" emerging from the ground - pink and yellow, just beautiful. I thought to myself, "what in the world could this be?" Looking closer, I decided it was a couple of moths clasping a new shoot, and apparently drying their wings. Once home, I discovered they are Rosy Maple Moths (Dryocampa rubicunda). They look like furry little Cousin Its...

Clay County, NC

may 3 19-19 Rosy Maple Moth, Cryocampa rubicunda, a member of the great silk moths has recognizable coloring. Wings are pink and cream with a yellowish cream body.

 

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Dryocampa rubicunda - Rosy Maple Moth - Hodges#7715

An elegant Rosy Maple Moth....Thank you, Thank you very much...

This was the first photo I took of it, on Sept. 7th...see its growth on Sept. 13th in the photo to the right...

Dryocampa rubicunda

Rosy maple Moth

Catchfly ct., Columbia

Howard County, Maryland

Caterpillars found at Blandair Park and most were parasitized. Four that were visually okay were brought home and cared for. Few weeks later and four really awesome moths were in the enclosure and next dry evening were released.

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brooksville, florida

Rosy Maple Moth (Dryocampa rubicunda)

(...thanx Gary www.flickr.com/photos/carolinensis/ for the ID.) + www.flickr.com/photos/aokcreation/

Palmyra, Virginia. Shot with a Panasonic Lumix GX8 camera and a Panasonic 45mm f2.8 macro lens.

Green Striped Mapleworm cats can really work on a maple tree...see below for a rather attractive mature example and the beautiful pastel moth...

Dryocampa rubicunda - Rosy Maple Moth, found on our boat in Florida this past Spring.

actually, the Rosy Maple Moth, Dryocampa rubicunda.

the moth is actually quite small, colored like a PEEPS marshmallow candy. Always a summer favorite!

 

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Shawnee State Forest - West Portsmouth, OH

A male Rosy Maple Moth finally eclosed

Taken on Mackworth Island, Falmouth, Maine

I found about half of the 19 larvae from May 10th, today, and they are really maturing and consuming the maple leaves...I wonder if the leaves taste like maple syrup to them...LOL

Bug of the Day - Mothvember!

 

Rosy maple moth. Because we could all use a little extra sunshine and cotton candy in our lives right now…

Hoo boy this was a fun one. Aside from the pattern on Joker and Harley's clothes. Those were a pain in the ass.

 

Scarecrow: Emphasis on 'scare' and 'crow'. Wanted something almost inhuman, and very horror-movie looking. I think I got that in spades. Kind of combined him with Ragdoll to tell the truth. I like to think all his bones are double jointed.

 

Killer Moth: based his coloration on an actual, flamboyantly colored moth called a Rosy Maple Moth. I like to think this Moth is a consummate professional with an extensive kill list. The coloration of the suit and absurdity of the mascot is to throw off his prey. His wings deploy from a pack on his back and assist in gliding long distances. Has weaponry built in all over his suit.

 

Mad Hatter: Not a whole lot different here, but enough I think. The double-pupil and heterochromia are just kinda for the hell of it, and facially he's rather mouse-like. Otherwise he's just sort of a raggedy version of the original John Tenniel illustration.

 

Harley Quinn and The Joker: Based these two directly on the classic Commedia D'ell Arte character archetypes of Colombina and Harlequin. Harlequin being a masterful and deceitful trickster and con man with a flair for nobility, and Colombina being his lover, consort and general sidekick. Joker has robin feathers in his hat, for obvious reasons.

 

This will probably be the last of these I do, as I move onto other stuff. I may do the Batfamily (Batman, Robin, Nightwing, Batgirl, and Alfred) as well as Hush and Ra's Al Ghul, but don't hold your breaths.

 

Otherwise, lemme know what you think!

A male Rosy Maple Moth finally eclosed

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