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Io Moth (Automeris io), Huron Meadows Metropark, Michigan
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00644793 Io Moth (Automeris io), Huron Meadows Metropark, Michigan© Steve Gettle
Io Moth (Automeris io) a member of the Giant Silkworm Moth family, eyespots may serve to scare away predators, Florida  -  Norbert Wu
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00135301 Io Moth (Automeris io) a member of the Giant Silkworm Moth family, eyespots may serve to scare away predators, Florida© Norbert Wu
Io Moth (Automeris io) eyespot on wing, George West, Texas  -  Jasper Doest
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70015160 Io Moth (Automeris io) eyespot on wing, George West, Texas© Jasper Doest
Io Moth (Automeris io) male on tree trunk showing false eyespots, southern Texas  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00446806 Io Moth (Automeris io) male on tree trunk showing false eyespots, southern Texas© Cyril Ruoso
Io Moth (Automeris io) close up view of wings spread, Central America  -  Mitsuhiko Imamori
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00162092 Io Moth (Automeris io) close up view of wings spread, Central America© Mitsuhiko Imamori
Io Moth (Automeris io) a member of the Giant Silkworm Moth family, eyespots may serve to scare away predators, Florida  -  Norbert Wu
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00135300 Io Moth (Automeris io) a member of the Giant Silkworm Moth family, eyespots may serve to scare away predators, Florida© Norbert Wu
Io Moth (Automeris io) on yellow flower, George West, Texas  -  Jasper Doest
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70015162 Io Moth (Automeris io) on yellow flower, George West, Texas© Jasper Doest
Io Moth (Automeris io), George West, Texas  -  Jasper Doest
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70015161 Io Moth (Automeris io), George West, Texas© Jasper Doest
Saturniid moth (Automeris io io), occurs in Central America Controlled conditions.
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90870548 Saturniid moth (Automeris io io), occurs in Central America Controlled conditions.©
Saturniid moth (Automeris io io), occurs in Central America Controlled conditions.
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90870547 Saturniid moth (Automeris io io), occurs in Central America Controlled conditions.©
Saturniid moth (Automeris io io) showing eyespots on wings, occurs in Central America Controlled conditions.
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90870546 Saturniid moth (Automeris io io) showing eyespots on wings, occurs in Central America Controlled conditions.©
Bullseye moth (Automeris io) Montreal, Canada
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90870455 Bullseye moth (Automeris io) Montreal, Canada©
Io moth (Automeris io) caterpillar feeding on leaf. Hill Country, Texas, USA.
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90858962 Io moth (Automeris io) caterpillar feeding on leaf. Hill Country, Texas, USA.©
Io moth (Automeris io) caterpillar feeding on leaf. Hill Country, Texas, USA.
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90858961 Io moth (Automeris io) caterpillar feeding on leaf. Hill Country, Texas, USA.©
Io moth (Automeris io) caterpillar, close up of body. Hill Country, Texas, USA.
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90858960 Io moth (Automeris io) caterpillar, close up of body. Hill Country, Texas, USA.©
Io moth (Automeris io) caterpillars on Oak (Quercus sp) leaf. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. June. Controlled conditions.
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90854343 Io moth (Automeris io) caterpillars on Oak (Quercus sp) leaf. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. June. Controlled conditions.©
Io moth caterpillar (Automeris io) with shed exuvium, Pennsylvania, USA, September.
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90781151 Io moth caterpillar (Automeris io) with shed exuvium, Pennsylvania, USA, September.© Doug Wechsler
Bull's eye / Io moth (Automeris io) female displaying eyespots against fallen leaves of tropical forest, South America, June
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90707793 Bull's eye / Io moth (Automeris io) female displaying eyespots against fallen leaves of tropical forest, South America, June© Robert Thompson
Io Moth (Automeris io) male on bark, Rio Grande Valley, Texas  -  Rolf Nussbaumer/ npl
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00430486 Io Moth (Automeris io) male on bark, Rio Grande Valley, Texas© Rolf Nussbaumer/ npl
Io Moth (Automeris io) feigns death and displays false eyespot markings, England  -  Kim Taylor/ npl
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00415864 Io Moth (Automeris io) feigns death and displays false eyespot markings, England© Kim Taylor/ npl
Caterpillar larva of Io moth (Automeris io) Florida subspecies, Florida, USA  -  Steven David Miller/ npl
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90678530 Caterpillar larva of Io moth (Automeris io) Florida subspecies, Florida, USA© Steven David Miller / NPL
Io moth (Automeris io) Florida, USA  -  Steven David Miller/ npl
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90677130 Io moth (Automeris io) Florida, USA© Steven David Miller / NPL
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon Captive, originating from North and Central America Sequence 6 of 10  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90383054 Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon Captive, originating from North and Central America Sequence 6 of 10© Alex Hyde / NPL
Bullseye, Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, photographed on a white background, originating from North and Central America, sequence...  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373895 Bullseye, Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, photographed on a white background, originating from North and Central America, sequence...© Alex Hyde / NPL
Bullseye, Io moth (Automeris io) at rest with eye spot markings on wings hidden, photographed on a white background, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2 Captive  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373893 Bullseye, Io moth (Automeris io) at rest with eye spot markings on wings hidden, photographed on a white background, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2 Captive© Alex Hyde / NPL
Bullseye, Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2 Captive  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373892 Bullseye, Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2 Captive© Alex Hyde / NPL
Bullseye, Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2 Captive  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373891 Bullseye, Io moth (Automeris io) showing eye spot markings on wings during deimatic display to deter predators, originating from North and Central America, sequence 2 of 2 Captive© Alex Hyde / NPL
Bullseye, Io moth (Automeris io) resting on leaf with eye spot markings on wings hidden, originating from North and Central America, sequence 1 of 2 Captive  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373890 Bullseye, Io moth (Automeris io) resting on leaf with eye spot markings on wings hidden, originating from North and Central America, sequence 1 of 2 Captive© Alex Hyde / NPL
Bull's eye, Io moth (Automeris io) female displaying eyespots against fallen leaves of tropical forest, South America, June  -  Robert Thompson/ npl
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90112618 Bull's eye, Io moth (Automeris io) female displaying eyespots against fallen leaves of tropical forest, South America, June© Robert Thompson / NPL
Io Moth (Automeris io) 'Bullseye Moth', adult male, eye-spots on hind wings  -  Malcolm Schuyl/ FLPA
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80057695 Io Moth (Automeris io) 'Bullseye Moth', adult male, eye-spots on hind wings© Malcolm Schuyl/ FLPA
Io Moth (Automeris io) 'Bulls'eye Moth', male  -  l Lee Rue/ FLPA
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80015352 Io Moth (Automeris io) 'Bulls'eye Moth', male© L Lee Rue/ FLPA
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