Mithril moth

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Mithril Moth
Habitat:Temperate regions.
Description:Silvery and gold, with oxidized greenish highlights, this winged insect can be rather dazzling in direct light. Its tapered body, supported by six fragile legs, appears fuzzy and dusty. The head is nearly indiscernible from the body, and the antennae spread to nearly half the wingspan of the insect.
Notes:The dietary habits of the Mithril Moth are almost completely unknown, but it is suspected they feed on pollens, organic fibers and hemp.

This is the adult form of the Tinman Caterpillar.

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