Hailed as the most gorgeous of all moths is the sherbet-looking Rosy Maple Moth. Dryocampa Rubicunda looks like a tiny triangle of pink-yellow sherbet as it flys through the forests of the eastern part of North America.
Their pink coloring varies from moth to moth, covering the entirety of both wings in some individuals and none in others. These beautiful-looking moths are easy to fall in love with, and if you have any maple trees or oak trees nearby, that’s where they usually lay their eggs.
This cute little sherbet loves have been getting a lot of attention after several sightseeings. So, if you ever get the chance to see this beautiful moth flying around or just cooling out, don’t forget to take a picture so the memory can last forever.