This summer, I became interested in moth-watching, or "mothing" (hence the term, "moth'er"). Most people ignore moths because they are "dull." This is not necessarily true, but bright wing patterns and colors aren't what make them look like they came from another world. No, it is another feature that is often ignored on butterflies and moths alike: the face.
Depending on the gender and species of the moth, it may sport feathery antennae, or rainbow colors. It might have bright red tufts of "hair" on its legs, or so much "hair" the face is barely visible at all! Just as the range of colors in butterflies may seem endless, so is the variation of moth faces.