"NGC 3603 also contains some of the most massive stars known. These huge stars live fast and die young, burning through their hydrogen fuel quickly and ultimately ending their lives in supernova explosions."
Brand New Luna Moth by Susan Siltse: Actias luna, commonly known as the Luna Moth, is lime-green and has a wingspan of up to 114mm (4.5 inches), making it one of the largest moths in North America. Although rarely seen due to their very brief (1 week) adult lives, Luna Moths are considered common. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Actias_luna #Moth #Luna_Moth
Cicindela. Six-Spotted Tiger Beetle (Cicindela sexguttata) by Slomoz: Commonly found in the woods of North America (from Minnesota and Ontario to Kentucky) they are characterized by overlappin white mandibles. They usually have 6 spots, but sometimes fewer or none at all! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cicindela_sexguttata #Six_Spotted_Tiger_Beetle
Tetrio Sphinx (Pseudosphinx tetrio) by Hans Hillewaert, wikipedia: This is the larvae of the Tetrio Sphinx moth and is velvety black with yellow rings and an orange head, is sometimes thought to mimic a coral snake and is up to 6" long. It feeds on plants containing latex in sufficient amounts to make the caterpillar distasteful to predators. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudosphinx_tetrio #Tetrio_sphinx