RF2B90FGM–Amphipyra, Print, Amphipyra is a genus of moths. It is the only genus remaining in the subfamily Amphipyrinae, the others having been removed, e.g., to the Hadeninae., Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Photography inspired by futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture.
RMTD93BG–A Copper Underwing (Amphipyra pyramidoides) moth caterpillar (larva) crawls among leaves on the forest floor.
RMAG2230–Caterpillar head and jaws
RMG8JYHH–A Major Sallow Moth (Feralia major) caterpillar (larva) moves across a twig.
RMCY0KX0–Angle Shades (Phlogophora meticulosa) moth on tree trunk
RFHJXACF–bead of copper underwing
RM2AJXW52–The Joker (Feralia jocosa) Moth camouflaged on lichen covered tree. Ferncliff Wildlflower and Wildlife Preserve, Lancaster Co., PA, spring.
RFRA91AJ–Image of a moth caterpillar (Angle Shades Moth) being a pest and eating or feasting on one our lettuce leaves in the rear garden.
RMR12R7R–Owlet Moth, Plagiomimicus dimidiata
RMD3GTJT–Angle shades (Phlogophora meticulosa) moth on tree trunk
RFCB7TGB–Dark Arches (Apamea monoglypha) moth
RMR5X96W–Goldenrod Stowaway, Cirrhophanus triangulifer, camouflaged on Stiff Sunflower, Helianthus pauciflorus
RFA5EWCD–Angle Shades caterpillar
RMAFP7H2–Angle Shades moth (Phlogophora meticulosa of family Noctudae, sub family Amphipyrinae).