Jerry Rudy had a Ceanothus Silkmoth pay a visit to his Timber Cove home. And she was pregnant. Here's what Jerry wrote, “This mother moth showed up on our doorstep last week. We set her on a native azalea and she promptly laid about 50 eggs. I believe they hatch in about 10 days and I am considering moving them onto our local Ceanothus.”
You can see the eggs on the azalea stalk. Amazing photo!
And here is a photo Wendy Bailey took a few weeks ago of this beautiful, big moth.
Thanks to Jerry and Wendy for allowing me to share their photos with you here.