This bug has been reportedly found in the following regions:
On Jan 18, 2007, DiOhio from Corning, OH (Zone 6a) wrote:
This moth closely resembles the Promethea but it is slightly larger.
The host plant is Tulip-tree but the larvae can also be reared on black cherry and sassafras.
Normally 2 broods in the south and one brood in the north.
Both sexes are active at night and come to the lights.
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