"Leopard moth" can refer to several different species, depending on where you are. There is a type of carpenter worm moth called the leopard moth in Europe, and a type of tiger moth called the leopard moth in the US.
No but a leopard moth caterpillar can
Giant Leopard Moth was created in 1790.
The Giant Leopard Moth come's from Jesus.
Yes, it's called Ecpantheria scribbonia, and it is a common species of tiger moth. It is white with black spots. (In Europe the term "leopard moth" refers to a carpenterworm moth species which has a similar pattern)
the sunset moth lives for 3years but one was know to live for 5 or 6 years
No. The Luna moth is a large green species common in the eastern United States. The term "leopard moth" can refer to several species, depending on where you are from. In the US, it most often refers to Hypercompe scribbonia, a type of tiger moth with black and white wings.
According to what I have read online, a couple weeks is typical.
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The Luna moth only live's about a week because it has no mouth and can't eat. *Source* http://www.totallybuggin.com/site/1586384/page/836018
The average lifespan of a puss moth is three to five months. They have natural predators of bats, rats, and birds.
Most of the time, a fuzzy caterpillar will grow up to be a moth. It is possible that it is a Giant Leopard of Woolly Bear moth.