Daphnis Nerii (Oleander Hawk-Moth) | Framed
by Bits & Bugs
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Professor Plum's collection of carefully-collated specimens, displayed in hardy wood-and-glass frames, look amazing on a wall in a study or bedroom. The caterpillars feast on the leaves and flowers of the highly poisonous oleander (or dogbane) plant, to which they are immune. When the moths are fully-grown, they love the nectar of fragrant flowers like jasmine and honeysuckle.