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My brother, gave me 3 Luna Moth Cocoons, to study and to observe. The first cocoon, that eclosed, was a female. This female, started laying eggs yesterday. The colors of the eggs, was different shades of brown.
Usually found in forested areas. It is found in every state, from Maine south to Florida, and west to eastern Texas, and eastern North Dakota.
The adults wingspan is, 75 to 105 mm. The slightly oval eggs are white, mottled with the brown adhesive. Maximum reported dimensions in millimeters, are: 1 .9 x 1.6 x 1.2 ( L x W x H )