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Malaysia 2007 S#1166 Insects (3rd series) miniature sheet, hologram. Mint Never Hinged (MNH). Some miniature sheets may have light dent.
Topic name: animal, insect, moth, unusual
This miniature sheet features Emperor Moth (Antheraea helferi)
Interestingly, Malaysia has the largest moth in the world, the Atlas Moth (Attacus atlas) - possibly the world's most beautiful butterfly, the Rajah Brooke's Birdwing, the highest number of species of stingless bees in the Asian tropics (about 35 species) and has a species of stick insect, Phobaeticus kirbyi, that is recognised as the longest insect in the world (up to 30 centimetres).
The brightly orange-coloured Emperor Moth (Antheraea helferi) is one of the most spectacular moth species in the world. The wings are very hairy and marked with "eye-spots" and the antennae are short and feathered. The caterpillars of this species are colourful, fat and hairy.
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4. The picture posted is stock photo and it is for illustration only unless stated otherwise, so serial number, perforation etc. may differ.
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