{The image, taken by Dr. Arthur Anker from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, is just one of 75 photos taken from Gran Sabana National Park in Venezuela and appears in a collection on the scientists Flickr page. The photo was investigated by Dr. Karl Shuker, a zoologist, science writer, and cryptozoologist.} REDORBIT.COM

After further investigation of the “Poodle Moth” they found it similar to a species called the Muslin Moth (Diaphora mendica).  The Muslin Moth is located in the Northern Hemisphere in the Russian Palearctic.

Below are images of the Muslin Moth obtained from Google Images.

Do you think the Muslin Moth resembles the Poodle Moth? I do!

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