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Tuliptree Silk Moth, Callosamia angulifera (FEMALE)


Moved- Tulip tree silkmoth larva


Callosamia


A young Callosamia caterpillar


Callosamia species & Host affinities


Callosamia securifera - The Sweetbay Moth (7766)


Callosamia securifera - The Sweetbay Moth (7766)


Callosamia


Callosamia


Callosamia genus


Callosamia genus


Maybe Callosamia promethea?


Female Callosamia sp.


Callosamia angulifera?


Callosamia angulifera. Looks


Callosamia promethia - very l


Male Callosamia promethea


Yes, Callosamia promethea lar


Callosamia spp.


Tulip-tree Silkmoth - Callosamia angulifera - Male?


Callosamia promethea


Callosamia angulifera


I would have guessed Callosamia.


Moved- C. angulifera


i think


Saturniidae: Callosamia promethia


Callosamia


Hmmmmm.....


I agree with Callosamia prome


Callosamia angulifera, MALE


Callosamia angulifera


Callosamia


I agree....your images are Callosamia securifera


Callosamia does occur in Canada


? Callosamia promethia (FEMALE)


Callosamia


yes Callosamia


Yes those are Callosamia prom


Callosamia promethea


Callosamia


To me it looks


Sassafras Feeders


correction: male promethea moths fly in the daytime.


Hybrid ?


Yes


Does this mean that you aren'


Callosamia sp., male


Looks like...


Moth!


Callosamia angulifera ?


Tulip-tree silkmoth? (Callos


Looks like a promethea moth c


Moved


Moved


Callosamia


Moved


Moved


Yeah, it should be the only C


Moved, Callosamia promethea (male)


Moved to Callosamia promethea.


Callosamia angulifera?


Looks Like A Silkmoth


Moved to Callosamia promethea.


Looks like...


Moved to Callosamia for expert identification.


Moved


Callosamia


If I'm not mistaken, Callosamia angulifera?


Moved, Callosamia promethea (female)


Saturniidae


Possibly an old, weathered Ca


Promethea moth


Maybe Callosamia angulifera?


Male Callosamia angulifera


Tulip-tree Silkmoth


Moved


see


Callosamia angulifera, male?


Tulip-tree Silkmoth (Callosamia angulifera)?


Moved


Promethea Moth


Moved


Frassed


Frassed


Moved- Callosamia promethea


Oh, yes! Callosamia.


Moved- Callosamia


Moved


Moved


It should be Callosamia promethea


check Callosamia


probably Callosamia


Callosamia promethea


maybe Callosamia promethea?


s. Florida has fewer Sat. species than does n. FL


compare here


Moved- not Callosamia promethea


Callosamia sp.


Genus Page


Moved- Callosamia promethea


looks like Callosamia


Good point


Not poisonous


Callosamia angulifera


Callosamia securifera?


Moved- Callosamia securifera, female


The Eight-Spotted Forester (Alypia octomaculata) is diurnal.


Thank you


reminds me of Callosamia


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved- Callosamia


Moved to 7764 - Callosamia promethea


Promethea Moth caterpillar


Moved


Moved- promethea


Moved


Date and county


Callosamia angulifera (MALE)


Moved- Not promethea


no, not Polyphemus


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


Moved- Promethea moth


Tuliptree Silk Moth


I am thinking more like the S


genus Callosamia


Moved


Moved


Moved


Looks like a


Check out


Promethea moth


Callosamia promethea - Promethea Moth


moth


Tulip tree silk moth


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Looks like...


Seasonal and variable


Someone else suggested that i


Saturniidae


Tulip-tree Silkmoth


Looks like


7765 - Callosamia angulifera


It's neither, but the related...


Callosamia promethea


Yes, a female


I am pretty sure this one is


Promethea Moth


It will turn into a Promethea


Yes


Yup, Callosamia angulifera


Not my thing


Callosamia angulifera (MALE)


Callosamia angulifera (MALE)


*** yes indeed i must c


*** i appreciate the comme


*** thank you so much norm


Not sure...


Closely related! Callosamia angulifera (MALE)


Moved


Callosamia promethia (FEMALE)


Genus Callosamia?


I'm thinking


Maybe


Moved


Could you


Callosamia sp.


Aha!


close but...


Sweetbay Silk Moth - Callosamia securifera ?


100% sure


female


Yes male


C. Promethea


definitely Callosamia,


on second thought


Promethea moth


I think this is a Tulip Tree Silkmoth


Callosamia promethea


To me, this looks more like a


Great search


What a collection of ideas!


Callosamia Promethea


Tulip tree


Tulip-tree Silkmoth


AH!


You're Right!


Fat-erpillar!


Promethea Moths


It looks like


Correct


Tulip-Tree Silk Moth, maybe


It looks like a male Callosam


Thanks Hannah! Thats what the


Moved to new guide page.


Where is Bob Patterson when we need him?


how


With those Checkmarks on each wing


I would


7764 -- Promethea Moth -- Callosamia promethea


silk moth


Callosamia angulifera


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