We’re all aflutter thinking about these fuzzy cuties. If you’ve heard about the rare rosy maple moth and you're wondering where you can spot it in Ontario, then this one’s for you. The University of Guelph’s Arboretum is home to hundreds of unusual insects including the pink and yellow bug that’s been storming the internet lately.\nThe rosy maple moth has captured imaginations recently after several sightings were reported in and around Ontario.\nMany are comparing it to a strawberry banana milkshake thanks to its bright colours.\nAnd it turns out it's just one of over 800 types of moth living within the U of G arboretum.\nYou can find a full list of species on the arboretum website.\nAt the time of writing, the arboretum is currently open for walk-through only. The buildings, parking facilities, and onsite golf course are not accessible until further notice.\nWhen the facilities do re-open, though, you might want to consider signing up for one of the moth workshops offered so you can find out even more about this pink lemonade-looking wonder bug.\nRosy maple moths evolve from the green striped maple worm which can often be found munching on, you guessed it, maple tree leaves.\nHow Canadian of them.\nView this post on Instagram #rosymaplemoth such a vivid aesthetic for a moth. I love when these cuties show up. 😍 #fuzzy A post shared by Hannah Maxwell Rowell (@hannahrowell11) on May 18, 2017 at 6:24am PDT\nSouthern parts of Canada are at the very edge of the moth's general range, so opportunities to see them north of the border don't necessarily come too often.\nSo, now you know where to find them if they're eluding you in the wild.\nEven if this rare and adorable moth wasn't a resident, Guelph's arboretum would be worth a visit.\nView this post on Instagram Today’s “isn’t Nature amazing” post. #notmymoth #rosymaplemoth #happyfriday A post shared by Rifa 💗⭐️🔥💎 (@rifa) on May 22, 2020 at 9:47am PDT\nWith stunning green spaces, flowers that are every colour of the rainbow, and wildlife of all kinds, there’s always something to see here that will have you in complete awe.\nBut the chance to see this amazing creature is worth the visit alone.\nNarcity reached out to the arboretum for more information about when and where to see these incredible moths.\nView this post on Instagram Finally got the photos I’ve been hoping for... Rosy Maple Moth with Red Maple keys. Plus, dirty hammock feet and a little bloodroot. #rosymaplemoth #rosymaple #april2020 #hammockiswhereitsat A post shared by Laura Seale (@listeningmoth) on Apr 29, 2020 at 12:03pm PDT\nBe sure to keep your eyes peeled at home, as well. If social media is anything to go by right now, you just never know when a strawberry banana milkshake might land on your deck.\nHopefully, a rosy maple will flutter by you soon. If it doesn't, you know where else to find them!\nUniversity of Guelph Arboretum\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 200 Arboretum Rd., Guelph, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: You can explore the gorgeous grounds and maybe even spot a rare rosy maple moth while you're at it.\n View this post on Instagram 🌿💗💫 • ~📸 @ushiniriella A post shared by Jen💕🥑 (@memoderp) on Sep 12, 2019 at 5:37pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.\n*Some of the photos used in this article are for illustrative purposes only.