Cecropia/Gloveri  Silkmoth Cross
Family Saturniidae, Subfamily:  Saturniinae
Hyalophora cecropia x Hyalophora gloveri

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Female Pupa After Removing From the Cocoon 18 May 2015
Fourth segment from wing case has slit. 
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Female Pupa

Male Pupa - No Slit on Fourth Segment from Wing Case
no slit

Male Pupa

Female Top, Male Bottom
Male Antennae  Wider Than Female Antennae
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Photo Details - ŠNicky Davis
These are photos of pupae from a Hyalophora cecropia female (offspring of a raised female mated with a wild male from Oseola, Wisconsin) bred with a wild male Hyalophora gloveri from Little Cottonwood Canyon, Salt Lake County, Utah.

Cocoons were brought out of  hibernation 18 May 2015.  The cocoons were removed.
Photos of female and male pupae

Host Plant
Black Chokecherry - Prunus virginiana var. melanocarpa
Others are being reared on Sand Bar Willow

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