DESIGNED BY GOD, HIDDEN IN NATURE
Down through time, creatures are born with one overriding factor that hones their instincts and
dominates every facet of their lives000 survival. To accomplish this, many species have depended on
strength, speed, cunning, stealth, or in many cases a combination of all the abilities that nature
has provided to exist.
One creature, the Moth, has developed an uncanny ability to mimic its surroundings and evade even
the most cunning of predators. In essence, the Moth's very existence revolves around its ability to
"disappear" into its environment. Their extraordinary wing colorations and design provide a perception
of depth that allows them to appear three-dimensional while blending into a backdrop of various natural
situations. These qualities, combined with their natural instinct to use the tools of mimicry in their
own environments, have enabled the Moth to not only survive, but flourish.
Mothwing Camo is a revolutionary camouflage that utilizes the incredible biological patterns and
extraordinary visual deceptive aspects of the Moth with the latest in computer technology. By using various
Moth species combined with natural accents and cryptic colorations, Mothwing is able to offer a variety of
new and exciting patterns to create the most effective human camouflage ever developed.
Fall Mimicry 2.0
The Fall Mimicry pattern is inspired by the Lystrosis Unitaria’s ability to remarkably mimic tree
bark and autumn leaves. The Lystrosis Unitaria’s wing structure was designed specifically for woodland
applications during the fall season. When selecting a camouflage for the fall season, be confident in
the fact that you have allowed yourself the advantage of having a Lystrosis Unitaris’s wing structure
on your camouflage products.
Mountain Mimicry 2.0
Mountain Mimicry, based on the unique designs of the Lepidoptera Noctuidae,
is for outdoor enthusiasts in the west. The Lepidoptera Noctuidae has a body
length around one inch or less. These moths have a thin body and so tend to hold
their wings flat when resting. Many species spread their wings at rest, revealing
underwings which continue the pattern formed by the front wings. With Mothwing's
Mountain Mimicry pattern, western outdoor enthusiasts have the most effective camouflage
pattern ever created.
Canyon Mimicry 2.0
The Phyllodesma Americana vanishes in the red tones of terrains across this vast land,
making it invisible to its predators. The Canyon Mimicry pattern was developed for
use in the canyon and red tones environments across the country. The Phyllodesma Americana
is derived from the Greek "phyllon" (a leaf) + "desma" (a band). It refers to the
leaf-mimicking shape of the wings, and perhaps the pale bands on the forewing and hindwing.
The forewing color varies from bluish-gray, to reddish, to yellowish-brown; and markings of
white and violet. The PA's range from Nova Scotia to Georgia, west from Texas to California,
and north from BC and the Yukon.
Spring Mimicry 2.0
Spring Mimicry comes from the Pholophora Iris moth. This moth comes from the eastern United States.
With spring comes dense foliage that allows the Pholophora Iris to disappear amid the overlapping
leaves and bark. The Spring Mimicry pattern is one of the most effective spring hunting camouflage
patterns ever developed. It was created from bark and leaf-mimicking moths, and accented with natural
ground cover found in the spring. This is truly an exceptional camouflage pattern for outdoor enthusiasts.
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