The Madagascan Bullseye moth is often seen in collections and butterfly houses owing to their attractive appearance. Likewise, they are popular amongst breeders, as they are fairly easy to breed. They are fairly large in size, exhibiting brown forewings and brightly cloured “Bullseye” markings on the hind-wings.
Like other moths, they have the ability to move their hindwings independently from their forewings. They do this when startled, showing off their eyespots in a rocking motion to discourage predators from attacking them.
Adult Madagascan Bullseye moths have a typical wingspan of inches (cm).
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