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Moth at the back door.

tka

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Wow, those are stunning!

Kind of love the centipede too but I don't think I'd be able to move her using a glass and a sheet of paper! We only get teeny tiny ones here
 

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Wow, those are stunning!

Kind of love the centipede too but I don't think I'd be able to move her using a glass and a sheet of paper! We only get teeny tiny ones here
Ohh I’m so sorry! I forgot to tag you in my above post, I got sidetracked being silly.
The centipede was actually really easy to trap under a glass, I put it outside to continue its exploring. :)
 

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How neat! I'm surprised by how many folks are scared of 'em. I'm with @Gigibirds, I've just always thought of them as less-pretty butterflies.

@tka Your story about your roommate is my favorite! :toofunny:
 

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My opinion on moths is, i don't have one :lol: They can stay outside and i'll leave them be. I don't quite know how someone can be scared of them... but everyone's different i guess :shrug:
I actually think i've seen moths just as pretty (if not prettier) then butterflies.
 

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Anything that is several times larger than what it is 'supposed' to be is scary.
What if it were a bunny? Or duckling? :chin:
 

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For me, with moths it's their erratic unpredictable flight pattern, you can't just swat them away. I'm not too keen on butterflies flapping at my face either but I rarely have butterflies harassing me in my home anyway :lol:

At least with birds I know if I bring a heap of millet I know exactly which direction they are heading in :rofl:
 
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