Ceranchia apollina or ghost moth: you might have heard about this species already. Do you want to know more about Ceranchia apollina cocoons or eggs? Read this article and stay updated!
Ceranchia apollina: an introduction
This species is well known for being an endemic from Madagascar: it is an unusual Saturniidae, commonly called ghost moth. It is reared for silk production in Madagascar but scarcely by amateur breeders. It’s cocoon is made of golden silk, stratified in two main layers: the outer (thin and loose) and the inner (thick and compact).
Here you can find a relevant article that deals with its classification.
Ceranchia apollina: learn more about it!
Ceranchia apollina cocoons are now available! Learn more about it in our shop!
We will have scarce availabilities, please order as soon as possible by contact us.
Stay tuned on the newest part of our products: deadstock! We just announced the beginning of a new collaboration that will bring to the market many dried butterflies and moths for sale. We are now working together with sellers from Ebay and long standing specialists in diurnal butterflies. This surely adds another valuable key to a deeper understanding of Lepidoptera world. We will also offer dried unmounted Antheraea jana of different color forms soon.
We expect to start this journey on June 2020, when a session of several Ebay auctions will be launched, including amazing diurnal butterflies from Costa Rica and miscellaneous Saturniidae and Sphingidae specimens.
Check out if your Ceranchia apollina pupae or eggs will be available! Also our collection includes unique aberrations and rare forms. As usual, all data will be provided to the buyer with the best possible service in terms of customer service, packaging and quality of specimen.