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Actias maenas Africa America Argema Argema mittrei Arsenura Attacus atlas attracted to light Automeris basic colour beautiful best known Brahmaea brightly coloured Bunaea butterflies Castnia caterpillars Catocala centimetres Central Europe chiefly cocoon collectors conspicuous dark brown daytime Death's Head Hawk distribution Dysdaemonia Dysphania militaris eggs Emperor Moth England Erasmia European eye spot family Saturniidae female flies fore wings forests forms frequently front wings genus Geometridae Graellsia isabellae green habitat Hawk Moths Hepialidae hibernation Hiibner hind wings Histia inconspicuous insects Laothoe populi large number larvae larvae feed larvae live larval stage lasts Lepidoptera Leto venus linn Loxolomia male pictured markings migrations mortii mountains Nudaurelia Nyctipao occurs outer margin palaearctic region pale pests pine plants Prior to pupation pupae reared related species resemblance Rhescynthis Rothschild rust-brown Saturniids shape South South-east Asia southern specimens subspecies sundown tails tree trunks tropical Urania leilus Uraniidae widespread throughout wing pattern wing span yellow