- Eggs 10€/30pcs
Food plantWild cocoons from Milan province(north Italy), found on Ailanthus altissima. A good alternative is Ligustrum but many others can be found in literature as Ricinus or Prunus laurocerasus.
OriginWild population, north Italy, coordinated on request
IMPORTANT: this year (2019) few wild S. cynthia cocoons are now emerging. Very big and healty pupae. Easy to rear and mate, early instars caterpillars are strongly gregarious. This species can survive low temperatures despite its south-east asian origin.They are still overwinting but since now this cocoons can be awaken!