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Bunaea aslauga pupae available, the Madagascar emperor moth. It has a wingspan of 100-150 mm. This species pupates underground and its diapause is linked to the dry season. Warm temperatures and humidity are recommended to let them emerge. Not an easy species to breed, rarely seen as livestock. Definitely a good one for expert breeders which want to embrace new challenges. Hedera helix is very likely going to be accepted by caterpillars.

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