Mothis Genderforkia


“You’re looking at an incredibly rare gynandromorph moth (great rock band name!). This Antheraea frithi moth has a female left half and a male right half, as shown in the pattern of its wings. This is so rare, that the Natural History Museum of London, where this moth is located, has only 200 such specimens among their 9 million butterflies and moths.”

Ugly Overload, from The Great Beyond

Hat tip: Devil Crayon

Posted by on September 1st, 2008 at 08:00 am

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