Ocala, FL - May 2009 - Imperial Moth (Eacles imperialis) caterpillar
RMBN0M6MOcala, FL - May 2009 - Imperial Moth (Eacles imperialis) caterpillar
IMPERIAL MOTH CATERPILLAR (EACLES IMPERIALIS)
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Imperial Moth caterpillar on Chestnut Oak at Reed Run Preserve, Lancaster Conservancy, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, summer.
RMM56NXXImperial Moth caterpillar on Chestnut Oak at Reed Run Preserve, Lancaster Conservancy, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, summer.
Imperial moth, Eacles imperialis, with caterpillar and pupa. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's 'The Naturalist's Miscellany,' London, 1805.
RM2A777BFImperial moth, Eacles imperialis, with caterpillar and pupa. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's 'The Naturalist's Miscellany,' London, 1805.
Larva Imperial Pine moth / Eacles imperialis giant
RMK1TBXYLarva Imperial Pine moth / Eacles imperialis giant
Eacles imperialis caterpillar
RFMKCY93Eacles imperialis caterpillar
Little green caterpillar
RF2EA10D3Little green caterpillar
Larva of Eacles imperialis (Imperial Moth) from Moths and butterflies of the United States (1900) by Sherman F. Dent.jpg - 2B80EJ3
RM2B80EJ3Larva of Eacles imperialis (Imperial Moth) from Moths and butterflies of the United States (1900) by Sherman F. Dent.jpg - 2B80EJ3
Imperial moth, Eacles imperialis, with caterpillar and pupa. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's 'The Naturalist's Miscellany,' London, 1805.
RMP6F98JImperial moth, Eacles imperialis, with caterpillar and pupa. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's 'The Naturalist's Miscellany,' London, 1805.
Insects affecting the cotton plant . ong these we may mention the large royal horned caterpillar,atheroma regalis, sometimes known as the u hickory horned devil,a very large green caterpillar with long recurved red horns 5 the largegreen, somewhat hairy larva of the Imperial moth (Eacles imperialis),and the large spiny larva of Ecpantheria scribonia, as well as the yellow-green stinging caterpillar of the lo moth (Hyperchiria io), and the woolly bear v caterpillars of Leucarctia acrcea, Spildsoma virginica, andArctia phyllira. The last-named species seems to possess greater capa-bilities for d
RM2AN59G6Insects affecting the cotton plant . ong these we may mention the large royal horned caterpillar,atheroma regalis, sometimes known as the u hickory horned devil,a very large green caterpillar with long recurved red horns 5 the largegreen, somewhat hairy larva of the Imperial moth (Eacles imperialis),and the large spiny larva of Ecpantheria scribonia, as well as the yellow-green stinging caterpillar of the lo moth (Hyperchiria io), and the woolly bear v caterpillars of Leucarctia acrcea, Spildsoma virginica, andArctia phyllira. The last-named species seems to possess greater capa-bilities for d
The imperial moth (Eacles imperialis) is a Nearctic member of the family Saturniidae and subfamily Ceratocampinae.
RFF729EYThe imperial moth (Eacles imperialis) is a Nearctic member of the family Saturniidae and subfamily Ceratocampinae.
IMPERIAL MOTH CATERPILLAR (EACLES IMPERIALIS)
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