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Taxonomic and biological notes on the Hemileuca maia complex (Saturniidae) with description of a new species from Texas and NM.


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Probably Hemileuca maia (Eastern Buck Moth)


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Hemileuca


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I think it's H. juno also


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Hemileuca maia


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Hemileuca maia - Buck Moth - Hodges#7730


Yep


Hemileuca


Look above your image and see the following:


Saturniid caterpillar


Hemileuca grotie


buck moth larvae


We seem to remember


We would agree with Hemileuca


Buck Moth


Not much of a problem....


Buck Moth


Hemileuca maia...


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must be Hemileuca maia


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Hemileuca


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I suggest


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Hemileuca maia


Hemileuca maia cat…


other species?


Moved- Hemileuca maia


Moved- Maia is the only species of Hemileuca in TN


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Hemileuca maia (Buck Moth - Hodges#7730)


Thank you! Perhaps an easter


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Moved- Hemileuca maia


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Moved


Hemileuca sp. (peigleri?)


A Buck Moth (Hemileuca maia)


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Moved


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Hemileuca maia 7730


Moved- Buck moth


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Moved- Buck Moth caterpillar


Hemileuca maia


Thank you


I suspect


Hodges#7730 (Hemileuca maia)


Definitely H. maia


Maybe...


Not a sphinx, but a Saturniid


Buck Moth


how about:


Hodges#7730 (Hemileuca maia)


Hemileuca maia


Eastern Buck Moth, Hemileuca maia (MALE)


i think


Yes


Not an expert but...


sure does!


Might be


Hemileuca maia


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Yes


yes


buck moth


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Very lovely.


My name is Ryan, you can call


buck moth


Looks like...


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Buck Moth


Buck Moth


based on location


7730 - Hemileuca maia


Buck Moth larvae


I agree


It might be


Reading Wagner, pg 239


Buck moth


7730 -- Buck Moth -- Hemileuca maia


Buck Moth?


I agree


Hannah, help us out here,


Hannah, help us out here,


Buck moths having good year in NJ (it seems)


Smart move keeping your pets away


Looks like Hemileuca maia


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