Dataset: CASC-INV
Taxa: Saturniidae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Saturnia pyri ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775)
   
Austria

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Saturnia pyri ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775)
   
Hungary

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Copaxa spp.
   
Panama

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Hylesia spp.
   
Panama

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Hylesia spp.
   
Costa Rica

CASC:INV
Adeloneivaia spp.
   
Peru

CASC:INV
Cerodirphia spp.
   
Peru

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Hyalophora HYBRID
   
Unknown (NA)

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Antheraea polyphemus (Cramer, 1776)
   
USA, Virginia

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Cercophana venusta (Walker, 1856)
   
Chile

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Ormiscodes spp.
   
Chile

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Adetomeris erythrops Blanchard, 1852
   
Chile

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Syssphinx isias (Boisduval, 1872)
   
USA, Texas

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Syssphinx bicolor (Harris, 1841)
   
USA, Texas

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Antheraea polyphemus (Cramer, 1776)
   
USA, California, Alameda

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Antheraea polyphemus (Cramer, 1776)
   
USA, California, Los Angeles

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Antheraea polyphemus (Cramer, 1776)
   
USA, California, Yolo

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Hylesia spp.
   
Peru

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Paradirphia spp.
   
Mexico, Michoacan

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Actias spp.
   
Unknown (UN)

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Oxytenis spp.
   
Brazil

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Syssphinx hubbardi (Dyar, 1902)
   
Mexico, Sonora

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Saturniidae undet.
   
Australia

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Saturniidae undet.
   
Cameroon

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Saturniidae undet.
   
DR Congo

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Saturniidae undet.
   
Ethiopia

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Saturniidae undet.
   
Kenya

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Saturniidae undet.
   
Liberia

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Saturniidae undet.
   
Madagascar

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Saturniidae undet.
   
Nepal

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Saturniidae undet.
   
Panama

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Hemileuca maia (Drury, 1773)
   
USA, Florida

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Dryocampa rubicunda (Fabricius, 1793)
   
Canada, Ontario

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Syntherata spp.
   
Papua New Guinea

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Antheraea spp.
   
Indonesia, Sulawesi

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Lobobunaea spp.
   
Cameroon

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Imbrasia obscura (Butler, 1878)
   
Cameroon

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Arsenura spp.
   
Ecuador

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Automeris liberia (Cramer, 1780)
   
Ecuador

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Automeris spp.
   
Ecuador

CASC:INV
Hemileucinae undet.
   
Peru

CASC:INV
Dirphia fraterna (Felder & Felder, 1874)
   
Peru

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Pseudautomeris spp.
   
Peru

CASC:INV
Pseudodirphia spp.
   
Ecuador

CASC:INV
Pseudodirphia spp.
   
Peru

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Lonomia spp.
   
Peru

CASC:INV
Syssphinx raspa (Boisduval, 1872)
   
Guatemala

CASC:INV
Hemileuca stonei Lemaire, 1993
   
Mexico, Sinaloa

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Antheraea spp.
   
Malaysia

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Automeris grammodes Jordan, 1912
   
Ecuador

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Automeris pallidior Draudt, 1929
   
Nicaragua

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Hylesia gameliodes (Michener, 1952)
   
Nicaragua

CASC:INV
Hylesia aeneides (Druce, 1897)
   
Nicaragua

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Hyperchiria sp.
   
Nicaragua

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Eacles imperialis cacicus (Boisduval, 1868)
   
Trinidad and Tobago

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Copiopteryx semiramis (Cramer, 1775)
   
Brazil

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Copaxa moinieri Lemaire 1974
   
Nicaragua

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Adeloneivaia jason Boisduval, 1871/72
   
Costa Rica

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Hemileuca nevadensis Stretch, 1872
   
USA, Iowa

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Hemileuca griffini Tuskes, 1978
   
USA, Arizona, Coconino

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USA, Nevada

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Saturnia pyri ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775)
   
France

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Callosamia securifera (Maassen, [1873])
   
USA, Florida

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Callosamia securifera (Maassen, [1873])
   
USA, North Carolina

CASC:INV
Callosamia securifera (Maassen, [1873])
   
USA, Florida

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Hylesia spp.
   
Brazil

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Titaea lemoulti (Schaus, 1905)
   
French Guiana

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Titaea lemoulti (Schaus, 1905)
   
Peru

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Titaea tamerlan amazonensis Lemaire, 1980
   
Peru

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Titaea timur (Fassl, 1915)
   
Brazil

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Arsenura albopicta Jordan, 1922
   
Peru


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