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Species Callosamia promethea - Promethea Moth - Hodges#7764


Distribution and hostplant records for Eupackardia calleta from southeastern Texas with notes on mandibular ...
By Valerie A. Passoa, Steven Passoa
Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 53: 133-137, 2000
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Distribution and hostplant records for Eupackardia calleta from southeastern Texas with notes on mandibular morphology of Attacini (Saturniidae)

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Uses of cocoons of Eupackardia calleta and Rothschilidia cincta by Yaqui Indians in Arizona and Mexico
By R. S. Peigler & M. Maldonado
Nachr. Entomol. Ver. Apollo 26: 111-119, 2005

Catalog of Parasitoids of Saturniidae of the World
By Richard S. Peigler
Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, Vol. 33: 1-121, 1996
Curiously, despite "1994" being in the header, the footer states, "Paper submitted 5 February 1996; revised manuscript accepted 15 March 1996."

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The Moths of America north of Mexico. Fascicle 20.2B. Bombycoidea. Saturniidae. Hemileucinae (part), Saturniinae.
By Douglas C. Ferguson
The Wedge Entomological Research Foundation, 1972
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Fascicle 20.2A. Saturniidae: Citheroniinae, Hemileucinae (part). (1)

Bombycine moths of America north of Mexico, including their transformations and origin of the larval markings and armature.
By Alpheus S. Packard
Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences 7: 5-390, 1895
Packard, A.S. 1895. Bombycine moths of America north of Mexico, including their transformations and origin of the larval markings and armature. Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences 7: 5-390

Checklist of the Lepidoptera of Texas. Texas Lep. Survey, Publ. No. 6.
By Ed Knudson & Charles Bordelon
Texas Lepidoptera Survey, 2010

Moths of North Dakota
By Dr. Gerald M. Fauske
North Dakota State University
An online moth identification guide
Moths of North Dakota

New Moths from Mexico
By Harrison G. Dyar
Insecutor Inscitiae Menstruus, 7: 162-164, 1919
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