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Peer-Review Article


Callosamia promethea is common on wild black cherry, Prunus serafina, at the University of Michigan Biological 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.

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