Liquidamber, Salix, Eucalypthus, Malus sylvestris,
A very delicate species! Eggs should be kept warm and humid, and the
young caterpillars emerge in around 12 days. There is not much
information about breeding, but some people did rear them separate in
small boxes, and in later instar they put them with 3-4 together. This
was for precaution. Best to keep them warm and humid in early
instars, around 28-30C, but don't spray them! Adults emerge 6 weeks
later. Pairing is brief in the night at 03:00-04:00, sometimes
handpairing is needed. use a small cage and warm conditions. Males
won't be good for long, only 2-3 days, to use them for pairing.
Interestingly the females don't tend to lay eggs the first night after
pairing. They appear to need one night to mature.