I find this far too entertaining for something so simple.
The Madagascan sunset moth, Chrysiridia rhipheus, a day flying moth that looks very much like a butterfly.
Attacus atlas, the Atlas moth. One of the largest moths in the world, and largest wing surface area in insects.
Acherontia atropos. 1 of the 3 species of Death’s Head hawkmoths.
Ambulyx moorei, originally thought this may have been another species as very similar in appearance to another Ambulyx hawkmoth.
The Hercules beetle, Dynastes hercules, one of the longest insects in the world.
A disected Goliath beetle, Goliathus giganteus, the heaviest insect in the world, weighing 100 grams/4 ounces.
A lot of a lot. Mostly beetles, but a few others in there too.
Lots of hawkmoths!
Just rediscovered the album of when I worked for a museum cataloguing 40000 insects. Expect many more pictures! *cackles*