Random find

You never know what you’ll see in the country. Yesterday, I found this adorable moth outside our shop. The common name is the Large Tolype moth. It reminds me of a fuzzy little puppy. Isn’t it cute? Odd to see it in January, but it’s been so warm lately.

3 Comments on “Random find

    • Nope! It looks intimidating, doesn’t it? To my knowledge, there are no moths nor butterflies that can harm you at all, although there are several moth caterpillars with stinging hairs. It’s this time of year where I pay close attention to what I’m grabbing… One year I nearly touched a saddleback caterpillar and they pack a serious punch! Eek.

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