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Bullseye / Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, photographed on a white background, originating from North and Central America, sequenc... - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye / Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, photographed on a white background, originating from North and Central America, sequenc...
Bullseye / Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2. Captive. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye / Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2. Captive.
Bullseye / Io moth (Automeris io) resting on leaf with eye spot markings on wings hidden, originating from North and Central America, sequence 1 of 2. Captive. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye / Io moth (Automeris io) resting on leaf with eye spot markings on wings hidden, originating from North and Central America, sequence 1 of 2. Captive.
Io Moth (Automeris io) a member of the Giant Silkworm Moth family, eyespots may serve to scare away predators, Florida - Norbert Wu
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Norbert Wu / Io Moth (Automeris io) a member of the Giant Silkworm Moth family, eyespots may serve to scare away predators, Florida
Io moth caterpillar (Automeris io) with shed exuvium, Pennsylvania, USA, September. - Doug Wechsler
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Doug Wechsler / Io moth caterpillar (Automeris io) with shed exuvium, Pennsylvania, USA, September.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 7 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 7 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 8 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 8 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 9 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 9 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 10 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 10 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Digital composite sequence - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Digital composite sequence
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 1 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 1 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 2 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 2 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 3 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 3 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 4 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 4 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 5 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 5 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 6 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 6 of 10.
Caterpillar larva of Io moth (Automeris io) reaching up to mangrove leaves (Rhizophora mangle), Florida Bay, Everglades National Park, Florida, USA, December, meetyourneighboursproject.net - MYN / Mac Stone
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MYN / Mac Stone / Caterpillar larva of Io moth (Automeris io) reaching up to mangrove leaves (Rhizophora mangle), Florida Bay, Everglades National Park, Florida, USA, December, meetyourneighboursproject.net
Close up of legs of caterpillar larva of Io moth (Automeris io) mangrove swamp, Florida Bay, Everglades National Park, Florida, USA, December, meetyourneighboursproject.net - MYN / Mac Stone
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MYN / Mac Stone / Close up of legs of caterpillar larva of Io moth (Automeris io) mangrove swamp, Florida Bay, Everglades National Park, Florida, USA, December, meetyourneighboursproject.net
Bullseye / Io moth (Automeris io) at rest with eye spot markings on wings hidden, photographed on a white background, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2. Captive. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye / Io moth (Automeris io) at rest with eye spot markings on wings hidden, photographed on a white background, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2. Captive.
Bullseye / Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2. Captive. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye / Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2. Captive.
Bull's eye / Io moth (Automeris io) female displaying eyespots against fallen leaves of tropical forest, South America, June - Robert Thompson
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Robert Thompson / Bull's eye / Io moth (Automeris io) female displaying eyespots against fallen leaves of tropical forest, South America, June
Io Moth {Automeris io} male on Mesquite Tree Bark in defensive pose, Rio Grande Valley, Texas, USA, April - Rolf Nussbaumer
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Rolf Nussbaumer / Io Moth {Automeris io} male on Mesquite Tree Bark in defensive pose, Rio Grande Valley, Texas, USA, April
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) feigns death and displays eye markings. UK, captive. - Kim Taylor
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Kim Taylor / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) feigns death and displays eye markings. UK, captive.
Io moth {Automeris io} Florida, USA - Steven David Miller
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Steven David Miller / Io moth {Automeris io} Florida, USA
Io Moth (Automeris io) male on tree trunk showing false eyespots, southern Texas - Cyril Ruoso
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Cyril Ruoso / Io Moth (Automeris io) male on tree trunk showing false eyespots, southern Texas
Io Moth (Automeris io) close up view of wings spread, Central America - Mitsuhiko Imamori
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Mitsuhiko Imamori / Io Moth (Automeris io) close up view of wings spread, Central America
Io Moth (Automeris io) a member of the Giant Silkworm Moth family, eyespots may serve to scare away predators, Florida - Norbert Wu
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Norbert Wu / Io Moth (Automeris io) a member of the Giant Silkworm Moth family, eyespots may serve to scare away predators, Florida
Caterpillar larva of Io moth {Automeris io} Florida subspecies, Florida, USA - Steven David Miller
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Steven David Miller / Caterpillar larva of Io moth {Automeris io} Florida subspecies, Florida, USA