Take a closer look at the tiny overlapping scales that create striking patterns on this and 33 other moths in Winged Tapestries: Moths at Large, a large-format photography exhibition now on view at the Museum. The dark eyespots on this io moth are for startling potential predators.

Take a closer look at the tiny overlapping scales that create striking patterns on this and 33 other moths in Winged Tapestries: Moths at Large, a large-format photography exhibition now on view at the Museum. The dark eyespots on this io moth are for startling potential predators.

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