There is one more luna to eclose (the term for adults emerging from the pupa, "hatch" technically only applies to larvae hatching from eggs). See my earlier blog entry for the other moths that have yet to make an appearance.
Notice that the female's antennae are much less feathered than the males. They do not need to detect scents as much as males, who use their antennae to find the females. The female's abdomen is also much larger, as she is carrying 150-250 eggs. Remember to click on photos to see full view.