FWD: saturniidae family GEHP

Gordon Ramel bug.man at bbsrc.ac.uk
Thu Apr 30 07:06:30 EDT 1998

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This message is from doug houck <dhouck at neo.lrun.com>, a amateur naturalist from northern ohio.

i used to collect and raise saturniidae moths years ago and was wondering how the population of the various species of saturniid moths have held up over the years. i always keep an eye out for cocoons in winter but don't see many any more.

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