| Attacus dohertyi, Attacus caesar, Opodiphthera, Epiphora|
Attacus wardi is a moth from the Saturniidae family endemic to Northern Territory, Australia, originally believed to be a subspecies of Attacus dohertyi
Attacus wardi Wikipedia
The wingspan of Attacus wardi is approximately 17 cm; fairly large for a moth, but still the smallest species in its genus. It is brown with two white bands and a large, white spot on each wing.
Attacus wardi is known only from Darwin, Black Point Cobourg Peninsula and Melville Island. The species is restricted to coastal monsoon-rainforest.