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Moved- Tulip tree silkmoth larva


Callosamia


Hmmmmm.....


Callosamia angulifera


Tuliptree Silk Moth, Callosamia angulifera (FEMALE)


Seasonal and variable


Closely related! Callosamia angulifera (MALE)


Callosamia angulifera?


Callosamia angulifera. Looks


Tulip-tree Silkmoth - Callosamia angulifera - Male?


Callosamia angulifera


Moved- C. angulifera


Moved- promethea


Callosamia angulifera, MALE


A young Callosamia caterpillar


Callosamia


I agree....your images are Callosamia securifera


Callosamia angulifera (MALE)


Callosamia species & Host affinities


? Callosamia promethia (FEMALE)


Callosamia securifera - The Sweetbay Moth (7766)


Callosamia securifera - The Sweetbay Moth (7766)


correction: male promethea moths fly in the daytime.


Hybrid ?


Callosamia angulifera ?


Callosamia


Female Callosamia sp.


If I'm not mistaken, Callosamia angulifera?


Callosamia


Tulip tree silk moth


To me it looks


Sassafras Feeders


Callosamia sp., male


Looks like...


Moth!


Tulip-tree silkmoth? (Callos


Callosamia angulifera?


Looks Like A Silkmoth


Saturniidae


Maybe Callosamia angulifera?


Male Callosamia angulifera


Tulip-tree Silkmoth


Moved


Callosamia angulifera, male?


Tulip-tree Silkmoth (Callosamia angulifera)?


Moved


Moved


Good point


Not poisonous


Callosamia angulifera


Thank you


Moved


Moved- Callosamia


Moved


Callosamia angulifera (MALE)


Moved- Not promethea


no, not Polyphemus


I think this is Callosamia angulifera, but I could be wrong


Tuliptree Silk Moth


Looks like...


Saturniidae


Tulip-tree Silkmoth


Looks like


7765 - Callosamia angulifera


Yup, Callosamia angulifera


Callosamia angulifera (MALE)


*** yes indeed i must c


*** i appreciate the comme


*** thank you so much norm


Not sure...


Moved


Could you


close but...


100% sure


Yes male


C. Promethea


Promethea moth


I think this is a Tulip Tree Silkmoth


To me, this looks more like a


Great search


Tulip tree


Tulip-tree Silkmoth


It looks like


Tulip-Tree Silk Moth, maybe


It looks like a male Callosam


With those Checkmarks on each wing


silk moth


Callosamia angulifera