Moths are in the same family as butterflies, the Lepidoptera category of insects. The difference in the two insects comes down to the antennae. Moths are known to have more feathery antennas, as butterflies have thin, longer antennas with a ball-tip at the end. Similarities include patterns of shapes and wing patterns, but moths seem to have much thicker torso or cores on their bodies.
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