There may be no greater transformation than a moth to a butterfly. A slithery little caterpillar crawls about for a bit before wrapping itself tightly into a cocoon and the next thing you know, a beautiful winged butterfly emerges. Once wrapped up tightly, caterpillars literally melt down into a liquid, during which time they only retain the starting points for their most important features, including the eyes and wings. Generally, you see a caterpillar, or you see a butterfly, and sometimes you are lucky enough to see a cocoon, but unless you have a pet moth or butterfly you don’t see before and after photos of the same creature wearing different skin.

1Acharia Stimulea

2Acraga Coa

3Attacus Atlas

4Black Swallowtail

5Blue Morpho

6Brahmin Moth


8Cerura Vinula

9Flannel Moth

10Glass Winged Butterfly

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11Hubbard’s Small Silkmoth

12Io Moth

13Isa Textula

14Isochaetes Beutenmuelleri

15Phobetron Pithecium

16Pipevine Swallowtail

17Polyura Sempronius

18Spicebush Swallowtail

19Spotted Apatelodes

20This Man Looks Like Carl From Up!



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