Polyphemus Moth The polyphemus moth is sometimes called the giant silkworm moth because the cocoon is sometimes a source of silk. The moth larvae feed on leaves of oak, birch, and maple, where they form their cocoons.

The polyphemus moth is sometimes called the giant silkworm moth because the cocoon is sometimes a source of silk. The moth larvae feed on leaves of oak, birch, and maple, where they form their cocoons.
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