For an easy tame, wait for the Lymantria to land and then place a tent directly where he/she is at. Its stuck until the tents durability dies out, this gives you enough to build a little house around it for a safe, easy tame.
Sounds unlikely but quite true...I own a high level moth with beautiful scarlet wings. It was following me set to attack target when I encountered 3 raptors & a carno. While I was piking the rappies to death my lymantria actually killed that carno plus harvested its meat & hide. AWESOME little beast❗
I tamed the lymantria in early game valguero and it was actually quite easy. All you need to do is use a bola (I used a normal one) and then keep attacking it with a club and it should get knocked out in couple of hits. However, if your trying to tame a higher level one, bring multiple bolas. The saddle is quite cheap so it can be utilised early game.
With teamwork, it can be used to help tame other animals. One team member on Lymantria, the other ones shooting tranq. The slow effect is 90%, therefore, plenty to slow down any creature enough for a person to type it while shooting tranq shots.
The Lymantria is a moth-like creature that can expel a cloud of poisonous spores. While its slow flying speed make it a less suitable flying mount for transportation, survivors can use its spores to slow down enemies.
What does a Lymantria eat?In Ark: Survival Evolved, the Lymantria eats Regular Kibble, Crops, Mejoberry, and Berries.