Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Winged Wednesday

This pretty Cecropia Moth visited my mom at work today. 
The interesting thing about this moth, other than being HUGE,
is that is doesn't have a mouth!
It eats while it's a caterpillar then survives
on it's stored fat for the rest of it's life.
My mom says I could survive on my fat for quite awhile...
She's not very nice.


Angel and Kirby said...

THat is beautiful!

Asta said...

That just not faiw..fiwstly, you'we NOT fat, and secondly you need tweats!!!!!!
smoochie kisses

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Wow, what amazing moth!!!

Just ignore her, Pedro:)

Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Rambo said...

What a pawsome moth. It's very interesting looking, but I kinda feel sorry for it cause it doesn't get to eat. Hmmm. are not fat. If you're fat, then I am a blimp.

Thor said...

How rude! You look great, Pedro. Not fat!

Lorenza said...

I know I could not leave whitout treats!
Kisses and hugs

Niamh said...

Beautiful moth! Is it bigger than you?

Your friends,
Niamh & Ambrose

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

That is pawesome!

Woo should see the moth our furiends at Sumac Stories PM's blog khaptured -

It is like yours!!!

I do think it khould kharry woo away!


Ludo van Doggy said...

Hi Pedro! long time no bark!
Cool moth! Wonder if it tasty?
~lickies, Ludo

Goldie, Shade and Banshee said...

I think it is very good luck to see such a huge moth!! Once in a lifetime !!!

Purrs, The Sumac felines

Mango said...

That moth is super pretty. But I feel kind of sad that it has such a short life and does not get to enjoy any foodables.


JB's Big and Small Worlds said...

That is an amazing moth! Did you ask him if he would be my friend?
We don't think you are fat, Pedro.

Moco said...

That is a lovely moth. The people in this house could live a good long time.

happy said...

How pretty!

Jemma the Chihuahua said...

Wow, this is one awesome moth!

Holly and Khady said...

I'd never make it as one of those moth's. I think I would die if I missed eve ONE meal!

It is very pretty though!


Anonymous said...

Just so you know -- your moth isn't a Cecropia. It's a Tulip-tree Silkmoth. Google images of the two; you'll see they're distinctly different.


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