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7704 - Eacles imperialis,
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Final instar larva
Freshly emerged male
General Species Information
Host Plant: Bald Cypress, basswood, birch, cedar, elm, hickory, Honeylocust, maple, oak, pine, Host unknown in the Keys
Historical Range: Eastern USA
Our Experience with this Species: Imperial Moths can be quite common in the spring on Key Largo, Big Pine Key and No Name Key. Males are far more frequent at lights than are females.
Notes: Life history is well documented however the larval hosts assosiation is unknown in the keys
K. Largo Marath. Ba. Hond B.P.K. No Name Sck. Isd. K. West
Colored box indicates adult of this species has been confirmed on that island
Adult Flight Chart
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.
Colored box indicates adult of this species has been confirmed in that month
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