The ailanthus webworm (Atteva aurea) is an ermine moth now found commonly in the United States. It was formerly known under the scientific name Atteva punctella. This small, very colorful moth resembles a true bug or beetle when not in flight, but in flight it resembles a wasp. This chameleon ability to morph dependent on environment, such as in flight or on ground, is the perfect representation of the second room. It turns the focus not inward on the seer by outwardly on the observer, connecting observer with observed.
This moth invites us to remember that we are not one thing, we have many layers and all these details and complexities make up who we are.