|Title||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)|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1985|
|Authors||Waldbauer GP, Sternburg J.G|
|Journal||Great Lakes Entomologist|
Callosamia promethea is common on wild black cherry, Prunus serotina, at the University of Michigan Biologcial Station in northern lower Michigan. In this area the early emerging morph is preponderant, while to the south in northern Indiana, the late emerging morph is preponderant.