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Phenological Relationships of Wasps, Bumblebees, Their Mimics, and Insectivorous Birds In an Illinois Sand Area
Surveys in a xerophytic forests association in an Illinois sand area showed that specialized Batesian mimics of stinging bumblebees or wasps are numerous in spring and early summer, generally absentExpand
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Response to cecropia cocoons of Mus musculus and two species of Peromyscus
SummaryIn rural areas cocoons of overwintering Hyalophora cecropia spum close to the ground are opened and the pupae eaten by small mammals, but in urban areas, where cecropia populations are muchExpand
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Adult Emergence in Two Univoltine Callosamia Promethea Populations: Preponderance of the Early Emerging Morph in the North and of the Late Emerging Morph in the South (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae)
Callosamia promethea is common on wild black cherry, Prunus serafina, at the Cniversity of Michigan Biological Station in northern lower Michigan. In this area the early emerging morph isExpand
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Distribution of cecropia moth (Saturniidae) in central Illinois: a study in urban ecology
Searches for cocoons and trapping adult males with virgin females showed that, in central Illinois, Hyalophora cecropia is rare in forests and old urban residential areas, uncommon in willows andExpand
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THE ALLOCATION OF SILK IN THE COMPACT AND BAGGY COCOONS OF HYALOPHORA CECROPIA
La répartition de la sote dans les cocons compacts et laches d'Hyalophora cecropia
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Differential Predation on Cocoons of Hyalophora Cecropia (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) Spun on Shrubs and Trees
The cocoons of Hyalophora cecropia (L.) were found at various heights on the branches of trees or close to the ground on the stems of shurbs in urban environments in Champaign and Urbana, Illinois.Expand
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THE INITIATION OF DEVELOPMENT BY THE EARLY AND LATE EMERGING MORPHS OF HYALOPHORA CECROPIA
The bimodal emergence of Hyalophora cecropia moths is due to a 2‐month delay in initiation of adult development by the late group. The early group takes twice as long to develop as the late groupExpand
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PHENOLOGICAL ADAPTATIONS IN DIAPAUSE TERMINATION BY CECROPIA FROM DIFFERENT LATITUDES
Populations of Hyalophora cecropia (L.) that originated at five different latitudes in Illinois all emerged bimodally as adults. These geographical strains differed in the emergence dates of bothExpand
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