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Moved- Tulip tree silkmoth larva



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


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 ?


Female Callosamia sp.

If I'm not mistaken, Callosamia angulifera?


Tulip tree silk moth

To me it looks

Sassafras Feeders

Callosamia sp., male

Looks like...


Tulip-tree silkmoth? (Callos

Callosamia angulifera?

Looks Like A Silkmoth


Maybe Callosamia angulifera?

Male Callosamia angulifera

Tulip-tree Silkmoth


Callosamia angulifera, male?

Tulip-tree Silkmoth (Callosamia angulifera)?



Good point

Not poisonous

Callosamia angulifera

Thank you


Moved- Callosamia


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...


Tulip-tree Silkmoth

Looks like

7765 - Callosamia angulifera

Yup, Callosamia angulifera

Callosamia angulifera (MALE)

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*** i appreciate the comme

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Not sure...


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