Giant Moth (T-Virus)
A moth used for experiments that has escaped the Umbrella research lab. Although infection with the T-Virus has enlarged its body size considerably, the wings were not affected to the same degree, and it is only able to fly in short bursts. Even with limited movement it is not to be underestimated, however, as the number and toxicity of its scales has also been greatly increased. Its larval form is known as the Baby Moth.
Although the most well-known effect of the T-Virus is zombification, as can be observed in humans, gigantism is just as common. It is an effect that exhibits itself in the Giant Moth and other creatures previously described such as the giant scorpion, the Stinger.
Giant versions of familiar creatures are usually enough to provoke a visceral kind of fear, which is made all the worse when applied to creatures that are already creepy such as moths.