Anisota oslari (Rothschild, 1907)

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South USA, Taxas, Arizona
June - July
Pupae
Easy. Daytime, best in small rearing cage outside.
1
14 Days
Quercus
Should be easy to rear, no special treatment. Pairing is in the morning  
until the early evening. Females start to lay her eggs the same night.  
These are yellow. Caterpillars are very gregarious, as most Anisota  
species. Caterpillars can be reared on cut food. I overwinter them in a  
closed container in the refrigerator for several months.

Anisota species can be a pest! So never release them in Wild!
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