Agapema (Neumoegen & Dyar, 1894)

Agapema is a small genus of medium sized Saturniidae from predominantly North and Central America. At the time of writing it contains slightly less than 10 species; they often feed on Rhamnaceae and Grossulariaceae. To see the database, navigate the species below.

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Species:
Agapema anona (Ottolengui, 1903)
Agapema dyari (Cockerell, 1914)
Agapema galbina (Clemens, 1860)
Agapema homogena (Dyar, 1908)
Agapema solita (Ferguson, 1972)

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