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Gonimbrasia zambesina L1 day 4

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Callindra principalis

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Eacles imperialis hallwachsae

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Eacles imperialis hallwachsae

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Lasiocampa quercus

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Lasiocampa quercus

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Lasiocampa quercus

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Philotherma jacchus (LASIOCAMPIDAE)

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Philotherma jacchus (LASIOCAMPIDAE)

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Philotherma jacchus (LASIOCAMPIDAE)

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Philotherma jacchus (LASIOCAMPIDAE)

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Philotherma jacchus (LASIOCAMPIDAE)

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Philotherma jacchus (LASIOCAMPIDAE)

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Gonimbrasia zambesina L1 day 1

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Catocala fraxini

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Nudaurelia eblis

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Pieris brassicae

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Antheraea polyphemus

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Rothschildia aurota L5

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Stagmomantis carolina

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Lathoe Populi

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  • Speziell für Anfänger möchte ich hier einmal meinen Zuchtbericht über das kleine Nachtpfauenauge, Saturnia pavonia, darstellen.
    Also, los geht's!

    Am 19.5.2010 erhielt ich 32 Eier dieser interessanten, einheimischen Saturniida.
    Sie schlüpften einfach…
  • Thank you very much for your answers. The info is precious for me. I guess there is no evident pattern then, which is not a bad sign... at least for them. I will try to track some and then make a video and keep you update about it. Thanks a lot again and…
  • soil74

    Replied to the thread December moth in winter?.
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    Ok, Azores:
    Erica arborea?
    Rubus hochstetterorum?
    Go find them in your woods!

    Rosaceae should be fine.
  • Thomas Kappa

    Replied to the thread December moth in winter?.
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    Hi,
    Hi don’t have it ;(
  • juli98

    Replied to the thread December moth in winter?.
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    Hello Thomas,

    maybe also Pyracantha is worth a try if you can find this plant in your area.

    Kind regards and fingers crossed,
    Julia
  • Thomas Kappa

    Replied to the thread December moth in winter?.
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    No, I moved to the Azores :)
    Thank you very much for your help, that is what I will try :)
  • Rudi

    Replied to the thread December moth in winter?.
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    Hi Thomas,

    It's simple: give them some evergreen shrubs / trees to choose from and cross your fingers that it works. Finished.

    There is nothing more you can do if you don't have the original forage plants.

    You´re living in Lisboa? Have a look to the…
  • Thomas Kappa

    Replied to the thread December moth in winter?.
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    Hi,
    Many thanks for your help.
    I have given them some olive tree leaves, and they chewed on it(i could see some poop on the box) but I don't think they liked it that much.
    All the previously said species, either I don't have access to them or they are…
  • kevink

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    I've collected wild Papilio pupa close to the ground on plant stems, also at the base of trees underneath things like a piece
    of loose bark or even a piece of discarded plywood. They're going to pick a safe spot, not like many Saturnidae that
    hang a cocoon…
  • soil74

    Replied to the thread December moth in winter?.
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    Thomas, information on foodplants is available in the net. Here´s some examples, scientific names should be known.
    Zu den Nahrungspflanzen gehören Pappeln (Populus), wie etwa die Zitterpappel (Populus tremula), Weiden (Salix), wie die Sal-Weide (Salix