On Jul 1, 2010, dayodayo from Elberta, AL wrote:
A picture of the moth would be nice on your website also. After searching several sites, I googled isa textula images and found it. I wasn't sure whether I had sent my report, so I clicked it again. Only one caterpillar was found at 36530. Thank you.
On Jan 20, 2007, DiOhio from Corning, OH (Zone 6a) wrote:
WARNING; The larva to this moth has a "crown" of stinging spines. What a beauty to look at, but don't touch !
Host plants are elms, hickories, lindens, maples, oaks, Prunus species, and other trees and shrubs.
One generation in the north.