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Today in NE Ms. we having our first fall day. I been cutting hunting properties most of the week and sure am getting the fever. After I got home yesterday I got my shower and was about to head out the door when I spotted this beautiful moth on the cedar trim around the door. Folks, I'm 53 and never seen such a beautiful moth or any insect for that matter in my life. You have to check out the "camo" pattern on this moth. I dont think the pic will do complete justice to it's amazing pattern but it sure "works", colors and all. Thought that little bugger had been in my camo and was trying to show me he could do better lol :unsure:.
 

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Be nice if they eat mosquitoes too! Wonder if it came from mossy oak, they're about 40 miles away:unsure:? Looks like a great bow season pattern:yes:! Or maybe I should copy it too but I wouldnt want the millions, might change my life and I wouldnt be able to hunt no more:confused:. Besides I dont know if NE Ms. could handle two camo giants and I like the Mossy Oak folks:yes:.
 

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I found this giant moth on my car one day. Its wingspan was over 4 inches. Its body was a half inch thick. Those round circles in its wings were 1/4 inch in diameter and were transparent.




 
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