Thank you so much. I am attaching 3pics of a Luna moth. hope you enjoy them – looking it up is what led me to your site (google). Again you are amazing, thanks
Kathy

Hi again Kathy,
Thanks for the follow-up letter, and it brings up an interesting possibility. Luna Moth Cocoons are nearly always found on the ground, but we have heard that sometimes they remain attached to trees. The Luna Cocoon looks very similar to the Polyphemus Cocoon. Perhaps, just maybe, your cocoon is a Luna Moth Cocoon.

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