Cecropia Moth (Hyalophora cecropia) Phippsburg, Maine early June. North America's largest native moth.. This is a male Cecropia moth. It has bigger antennae than the females and also has a set of claspers on the front for holding onto the female during mating.. Cecropia moths are also called Robin Moths.
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