Automeris


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Noun1.Automeris - io mothAutomeris - io moth        
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Saturniidae, Saturniidae - important and widely distributed family of moths including some of the largest insects known
Automeris io, io moth - large yellow American moth having a large eyelike spot on each hind wing; the larvae have stinging spines
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Automeris liberia Cramer (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae), another defoliator observed in the plantations studied, was detected in higher abundance in leaflets closer to the leaf apex (ALDANA et al., 2010).
11 25 Platynota rostrana 0 0 (Walker, 1863) Saturniidae Automeris illustris 1 0 (Walker, 1855) Hylesia ebalus Cramer, 1 0 1775 Saturniidae 1 1 0 Hesperiidae Chioides catillus 0 0 (Cramer, 1780) Hesperiidae 1 2 0 Hesperiidae 2 0 0 Hesperiidae 3 0 0 Riodinidae Hallonympha pucipuncta 8 0 (Spitz, 1930) Riodinidae 1 0 0 Noctuidae Tautobriga glaucopis 0 5 Hampson, 1926 Geometridae Stenalcidia sp3.
El uso de monocotiledoneas es poco frecuente dentro de los Hemileucinae, registrandose previamente en los generos Automeris (Janzen & Hallwachs 2009), Leucanella (Specht et al.
Several other types of stinging caterpillars are common in Florida, including the io moth caterpillar (Automeris io), the saddleback caterpillar (Sibine stimulea), and the puss caterpillar (Megalopyge opercularis) (5).
Hodge, 1972; Specht et al., 2006a, 2007a) and Automeris (Specht et al., 2006b, 2007b) and is probably also responsible for the difficulties encountered by researchers who have tried to breed L.
(2007) en el tracto digestivo de dos lepidopteros de la familia Saturniidae, Rothschildia lebeau (Rothscild, 1907) y Automeris zugana (Druce, 1886) y ademas demostraron su actividad lipolitica.
The color photographs, documenting squirrel monkeys, helmeted iguanas, automeris moths, violet sabrewings, quetzals, orchids, crested caracaras, olive ridley turtles, ospreys, yellow-crowned night herons, white-faced capuchin monkeys, and many other examples of flora and (mostly) fauna, as well as some landscapes, are organized by region, with six chapters devoted to the Central Divide, Guanacaste, the Central Pacific, the Osa Peninsula, the North Caribbean, and the South Caribbean.