The name Death’s head Hawkmoth refers to any of the three Asian moth species of the genus Acherontia. The one represented in the picture is called Acherontia Atropos. The other two species (A. Lachesis and A. Styx) are not much different, since the three are fairly similar in size, coloration and life circle.
These moths are easily distinguishable by the beautiful human skull-shaped pattern of markings on the thorax.
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The woods still make him think of hidden dangers. Wolf mutts, fire projectiles aimed at his head, buzzing insects, and terrible images. But as he stands on what used to be the edges of the District, a hasty fence in the process of being erected to keep the predators out, he feels drawn to the trees. To the shadows that hold the secrets to life and sustenance as much as they do to danger and death. What if he went out there? Just walked through the gate and went into the woods. He could do it now. Nothing would stop him. He’s faced two arenas, his own death, been tortured to shreds and slowly put himself back together.
Do you think Bog’s father was a faerie? Bog has five fingers as opposed to the typical goblin three, he has wings, and some kind of hybrid ears. The only thing that’s goblin about him is the color of his softer skin. It’s the same pallor as Griselda’s. Plus he has faerie eyes.