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Spiny Oakworm Moth - Anisota stigma - male

Spiny Oakworm Moth - Anisota stigma - Male
Deville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana, USA
August 16, 2008

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Spiny Oakworm Moth - Anisota stigma - male Spiny Oakworm Moth - Anisota stigma - male Spiny Oakworm Moth - Anisota stigma - male Spiny Oakworm Moth - Anisota stigma - male

Nice!
I don't think I've ever seen lizard teeth before! Looks like a little dinosaur.

 
That's funny...
because the moth said the exact same thing... :)

so
you fed it to your lizard?! lol i did not know they would eat these kind of moths

co0l shot by the way!

 
Not my intent...
I bumped it while taking pictures and he took off. All was well until he landed too close to the lizard. But lizards have to eat too... :)

A while back while shooting a May Beetle, a lizard ran about 2 feet across the sidewalk from the hedges to get him...

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