Spotlight on the Luna Moth

Anatomy of the luna moth:

A – head, B – thorax, C – abdomen, 1 – prothoracic shield, 2 – spiracle, 3 – true legs, 4 – midabdominal prolegs, 5 – anal proleg, 6 – anal plate, 7 – tentacle, a – frontal triangle, b – stemmata (ocelli), c – antenna, d – mandible, e – labrum.

And, the luna in all its glory – quite a prickly beast when viewed up close and personal!!

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