Yucca Moth and Chaparral Yucca Giclée Print
Yucca moths have a very compelling pollination story—a female moth collects pollen from one yucca plant and carries it to another, then lays her eggs on the flower’s ovary; emerging larvae eat some, but not all, of the developing yucca seeds. The plant gets dependable pollination services, and the moth gets a reliable source of food for her offspring. As a bonus for a painter interested in pollination, yucca moths are extremely cute.
This 5.5” x 5.5″ giclee is printed with archival inks onto matte archival art paper (there is a white border around the image to allow for framing). It’s backed by foamcore board, and signed in pencil on the front.
Size (Unmatted, in Inches): 5.5″ x 5.5″