Bart’s dream species

My Dream Species: WANTED!

Here are some species that I would love to breed most. Unfortunately most of them are very rare and will be unobtainable in the hobby, or are obtainable but hard or impossible to breed due to their host plants being unavailable or unrecorded. So it is quite the wish list of a snob. But you never know.

 Contact me if you can find any eggs or cocoons, I will trade you my soul for them 🙂 

If I ever happen to breed any of the species on this list, I will cross them off! Just getting eggs/cocoons does not count, it needs to be a succesful rearing atleast.

  • Leucanella apollinairei
  • Citheronia vogleri
  • Chrysopsyche mirifica
  • Polythysana cinerascens
  • Lonomia obliqua
  • Eudaemonia sp. (any species)
  • Ornithoptera sp. (any species)
  • Eochroa trimeni
  • Caligula anna
  • Eubergia sp. (any species)
  • Ubaena sp. (any species)
  • Xanthodirphia sp. (any species)
  • Cerodirphia sp. (one with red color)
  • Pseudodirphia (one with red color)
  • Pseudautomeris (any species)
  • Automeris janus
  • Automeris gammodes
  • Automeris granulosa or oberthuri
  • Automeris curvilineata
  • Automeris phrynon
  • Copaxa medea
  • Coequosia triangularis
  • Procitheronia (any species)
  • Actias chapae
  • Actias neidhoeferi
  • Actias groenedaeli
  • Actias rhodopneuma
  • Axiopoena maura
  • Loepa obscuromarginata
  • (Archaeo)Samia watsoni
  • Coscinera hercules
  • Archaeoattacus edwardsii
  • Archaeoattacus stauderingi
  • Attacus wardi
  • Citheronioides collaris
  • Automeris sp. (species like A. auletes)
  • Bunaeopsis sp.
  • Otroeda sp.
  • Borearctia menetriesii
  • Loxolomia sp. (any species)
  • Nudaurelia macrothyris
  • Nudaurelia eblis

 

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