Friday, May 14, 2010

Polyphemus babies

I got some Antheraea polyphemus eggs, and they hatched today!

They are related to the Antheraea pernyi that I raised last year, only the polyphemus are native to North America and I can have them without a permit.

Adorable!





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At July 23, 2010 at 5:53 PM , Blogger Ulfrun_the_Barefoot said...

Hello Lady Serena. Cute little worms there. I imagine they look a bit different at this point.

Anyway. I wanted to send you a picture of an interesting moth found at the Siege of Talonval. It looks a lot like one of your silk moths and I thought you might have a better idea of what, exactly, it is. However, photobucket is being funky and I seem to have lost your e-mail. If you're interested, shoot me an email and I'll send you the picture.

 

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