Polyphemus Moth  
Luis and Chris helped me identify this moth.  Luis tells me, "The polyphemus moth pictured is a male (hence the very bushy antennae)." Thanks Luis and Chris.

I've only found one of these pretty spotted silk moths so far, but I'll keep my eyes open for another.

Large Female IO Moth perched on my finger
IO Moth face; the big moth is perched on my finger looking at the camera
Female IO Moth with her wings closed above her so you can see the underside of her wings
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