1Cecropia Moth - Hodges#7767 (Hyalophora cecropia) Late Instar Larva This is a late instar larva of a Cecropia Moth that was raised in captivity by Carol Southby in the Rochester, NY area. It was photographed at the Moth Night event of the Burroughs Audubon Nature Club at their headquarters in Victor, NY on Aug. 13, 2015. Species page at BugGuide.net
2Io Moth - Hodges#7746 Automeris io) Male
This Io Moth - Hodges#7746 , Automeris io male was photographed at Letchworth State Park in western New York State on June 3, 2007. Species page at BugGuide.net
3Io Moth - Hodges#7746 (Automeris io) Female
Io Moth - Hodges#7746 female, Automeris io. Photographed in Bloomfield in western New York State on May 29, 2012. Wingspan=94 mm. Species page at BugGuide.net
4Giant Silkmoth Caterpillar (Automeris species?)
This Giant Silkmoth Caterpillar was photographed at the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve in Costa Rica on Nov 5. 2014. It may be an Automeris species.
5Paradirphia Species Photographed near Cartago, Costa Rica at an altitude of about 2400 m on the Irazu Volcano on Feb. 22, 2007. Butterflies and Moths (Lepidoptera) » Silkworm, Sphinx, and Royal Moths (Bombycoidea) » Giant Silkworm and Royal Moths (Saturniidae) » Buck and Io Moths (Hemileucinae) » Paradirphia. Identified to genus by Claudio Flamigni at iNaturalist.org, Genus page at iNaturalist.org