Atlas moth (Attacus atlas), freshly hatched male sitting on cocoon on Tree-of-Heaven (Ailanthus altissima). Note the delicate, feathery antennae of this male. The antennae of the female are narrower. The Atlas Moth is a member of the Saturniidae family and is often considered the largest moth in the world. While it is actually not the largest moth, it is one of several species that are the largest in terms of wingspan and wing surface area. This species is found widespread throughout Asia, including China, Thailand and the subcontinent of India. They are found in lowland and upland tropical rainforest habitats.
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