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"Psychedelic Jones Moth" (Thaumatographa jonesi)

…a strikingly colored species of Tortricid mot which occurs in eastern North America. Like other members of the subfamily Chlidanotinae T. jonesi is a day-flying moth and has been associated with pine forests. Thaumatographa jonesi is quite rare and as such much of its biology and ecology is not well known and host plant records are not well known. 

Classification

Animalia-Arthropoda-Insecta-Lepidoptera-Tortricoidea-Torticidae-Chlidanotinae-Thaumatographa-T. jonesi

Image(s): John R. Maxwell

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In space no one can hear you purr. 

The last one is just a picture of Ripley and Jonesy, not an edit - it didn’t feel right not to acknowledge the ACTUAL cat!

(I’ve officially weirded myself out, I don’t think I’m going to do any squicky ones any more. Khan&Kittens will stick to fluff, thank you very much. As much as I love this movie, I don’t really want to edit blood splatter any more.)

This is for you wonderful people who messaged me asking for the Alien movies with kittens: adventuretimemommy, ultra-ones-world, aardvark13, cassiekiyomi, wateryphotons, peace-blaster and ladiesplusjunk. 

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