|White witch moth|
|Scientific Name||Thysania agrippina|
|Distribution||mexico to south brazil|
|Size||up to 308 mm|
|Regional Names||(ナンベイオオヤガ), Spain (Mariposa do Imperador)|
The White Witch (Hysania agrippina) is a large species of moth closely related to the Black Witch (Ascalapha odorata). It has the greatest wingspan of any insect. The largest specimen is a female owned by John G. Powers of Ontario, Canada with a wingspan of 308 mm collected in 1934.
The moth regular appears in Mexico, Central and South America but straying moths have been found in the southern states of North America.