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Saturniidae
890012.007704Eacles imperialis (Drury, 1773) – Imperial Moth

© Valerie G. Bugh
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Synonymy: Phalaena imperialis Drury, 1773
Phalaena imperialis (s.str.) Drury, 1773
Eacles anchicayensis Lemaire, 1971
Eacles approximans Bouvier, 1923
Basilona cacicus Boisduval, 1868
Eacles decoris Rothschild, 1907
Bombyx didyma Beauvois, 1805
Phalaena imperatoria Smith, 1797
Eacles magnifica Walker, 1855
Eacles nobilis Neumögen, 1891
Ceratocampa opaca Burmeister, 1878
Eacles punctatissima Neumögen, 1891
Eacles? typica Bouvier, 1927
Eacles quintanensis Lemaire, 1971
Eacles tucumana Rothschild, 1907
Eacles pini Michener, 1950
References
Eacles imperialis
© Bob Patterson
Eacles imperialis
© Bob Patterson
Eacles imperialis
© Darryl Searcy
Eacles imperialis
© Eric Gofreed
Eacles imperialis
© D. Lynn Scott - f. pini
Eacles imperialis
© Ronnie Gaubert
Eacles imperialis
© Ronnie Gaubert
Eacles imperialis
© Gretchen Grammer
Eacles imperialis
© John M. Smith
Eacles imperialis
110mm – © Jim Vargo
Eacles imperialis
© Ken Childs LG

Eacles imperialis
© McGuire Center LG

Eacles imperialis
© Marilyn Hanson LG

Eacles imperialis
© McGuire Center LG

Eacles imperialis
© Canadian National Collection LG

Eacles imperialis
© McGuire Center LG

Eacles imperialis
© Robert Patterson

Eacles imperialis
© Robert Patterson
hatchling
Eacles imperialis
© Bob Moul

Eacles imperialis
© Ken Childs LG

Eacles imperialis
© Stuart Schwartz
3rd instar
Eacles imperialis
© Stuart Schwartz
4th instar
Eacles imperialis
© McGuire Center LG


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