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

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Coloradia velda Johnson & Walter, 1981
   
USA, California, San Bernardino

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Coloradia velda Johnson & Walter, 1981
   
USA, California

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Hemileuca chinatiensis (Tinkham, 1943)
   
USA, Texas

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Coloradia prchali Lemaire & Smith, 1992
   
Mexico, Sonora

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Hemileuca chinatiensis (Tinkham, 1943)
   
USA, New Mexico

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Saturnia albofasciata (Johnson, 1938)
   
USA, California, Lake

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Saturnia albofasciata (Johnson, 1938)
   
USA, California, San Bernardino

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Saturnia albofasciata (Johnson, 1938)
   
USA, California, Tulare

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Saturnia albofasciata (Johnson, 1938)
   
USA, California

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USA, California, Sequoia Natl. Park

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USA, Oregon

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Hemileuca nuttalli (Strecker, 1875)
   
USA, Nevada

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Hemileuca nuttalli (Strecker, 1875)
   
USA, Oregon

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Hemileuca nuttalli (Strecker, 1875)
   
USA, Utah

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Hemileuca nuttalli (Strecker, 1875)
   
USA, Washington

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Hemileuca nuttalli (Strecker, 1875)
   
USA

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USA, California, Imperial

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USA, California, Mono

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USA, California, Placer

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USA, California, Plumas

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USA, California, San Diego

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USA, California, San Francisco

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USA, California, Tuolumne

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Hemileuca nuttalli (Strecker, 1875)
   
USA, California, Alpine

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Hemileuca nuttalli (Strecker, 1875)
   
USA, California, Mono

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Hemileuca nuttalli (Strecker, 1875)
   
USA, California, Orange

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Hemileuca nuttalli (Strecker, 1875)
   
USA, California, Tuolumne

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USA, California, Lake

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Copiopteryx semiramis (Cramer, 1775)
   
Costa Rica

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Dysdaemonia boreas (Cramer, 1775)
   
Costa Rica

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Attacus atlas (Linnaeus, 1758)
   
Indonesia (OR), Java

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Ptiloscola photophila (Rothschild, 1907)
   
Peru

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Schausiella arpi (Schaus, 1892)
   
Brazil

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Syssphinx molina (Cramer, 1780)
   
Brazil

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Syssphinx molina (Cramer, 1780)
   
Costa Rica

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Syssphinx molina (Cramer, 1780)
   
Colombia

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Syssphinx molina (Cramer, 1780)
   
Panama

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Syssphinx molina (Cramer, 1780)
   
Peru

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Syssphinx molina (Cramer, 1780)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Syssphinx mexicana (Boisduval, 1872)
   
Guatemala

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Syssphinx spp.
   
Panama

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Eudyaria zeta (Berg, 1885)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Automeris io (Fabricius, 1775)
   
Mexico, Mex unknown

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Automeris abdominalis (Felder & Felder, 1874)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Automeris amanda Schaus, 1900
   
Unknown (NT)

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Automeris amoena (Boisduval, 1875)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Leucanella aspera (Felder & Felder, 1874)
   
Argentina

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Automerina auletes (Herrich-Schäffer, [1854])
   
Peru

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Automeris argentifera Lemaire, 1966
   
Colombia

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Automeris boucardi Druce, 1886
   
Unknown (NT)

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Pseudautomeris brasiliensis (Walker, 1855)
   
Brazil

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Automeris banus banus (Boisduval, 1875)
   
Nicaragua

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Automeris denticulata Conte, 1906
   
Peru

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Erythromeris flexilineata (Dognin, 1911)
   
Argentina

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Pseudautomeris hubneri (Boisduval, 1875)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Automeris illustris (Walker, 1855)
   
Argentina

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Automeris illustris (Walker, 1855)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Pseudautomeris irene (Cramer, [1779])
   
Brazil

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Automeris jucunda ? (Cramer, 1779)
   
Costa Rica

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Automeris jucunda ? (Cramer, 1779)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Leucanella leucane (Geyer, [1837])
   
Peru

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Leucanella leucane (Geyer, [1837])
   
Unknown (NT)

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Automeris liberia (Cramer, 1780)
   
Colombia

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Automeris liberia (Cramer, 1780)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Leucanella memusae (Walker, 1855)
   
Brazil

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Leucanella memusae (Walker, 1855)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Pseudautomeris irene (Cramer, [1779])
   
Brazil

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Automeris gabriellae Lemaire, 1966
   
Peru

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Automeris metzli (Sallé, 1853)
   
Ecuador

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Automeris metzli (Sallé, 1853)
   
El Salvador

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Automeris metzli (Sallé, 1853)
   
Honduras

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Automeris metzli (Sallé, 1853)
   
Peru

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Automeris metzli (Sallé, 1853)
   
Trinidad and Tobago

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Automeris metzli (Sallé, 1853)
   
Unknown (UN)

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Automeris naranja Schaus, 1898
   
Argentina

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Automeris naranja Schaus, 1898
   
Brazil

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Automeris naranja Schaus, 1898
   
Unknown (NT)

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Leucanella janeira (Westwood, 1853)
   
Brazil

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Automeris oberthurii (Boisduval, 1875)
   
Argentina

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Automeris oberthurii (Boisduval, 1875)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Leucanella janeira (Westwood, 1853)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Automeris pallidior Draudt, 1929
   
Costa Rica

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Automeris pallidior Draudt, 1929
   
Unknown (NT)

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Automeris rubrescens (Walker, 1855)
   
El Salvador

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Pseudautomeris salmonea (Cramer, 1777)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Leucanella stuarti (Rothschild & Jordan, 1901)
   
Argentina

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Leucanella stuarti (Rothschild & Jordan, 1901)
   
Unknown (NT)

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Automeris jucunda (Cramer, 1779)
   
Colombia

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Automeris jucunda (Cramer, 1779)
   
Panama

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Automeris incarnata ? (Walker, 1865)
   
Panama

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Automeris zozine Druce, 1886
   
Costa Rica

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Automeris zozine Druce, 1886
   
Guatemala

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Hylesia lineata Druce, 1886
   
Unknown (NT)

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Hylesia nanus (Walker, 1855)
   
Peru

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Hylesia spp. Hübner, 1820
   
Costa Rica

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Hylesia spp. Hübner, 1820
   
Ecuador

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Hylesia spp. Hübner, 1820
   
Peru

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Hylesia spp. Hübner, 1820
   
Unknown (NT)

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Adetomeris erythrops Blanchard, 1852
   
Chile

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Adetomeris erythrops Blanchard, 1852
   
Unknown (NT)


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