Lobobunaea phaedusa

Lobobunaea phaedusa

''Lobobunaea phaedusa'' is a species of very large moths in the family Saturniidae. It is found in much of sub-saharan Africa, where its host plants include African custard-apple , crown-berry , and ''Aframomum'' spp.
Lionpad Emperor 
Lobobunaea falcatissima 

Rougeot, 1962 Democratic Republic of the Congo,Geotagged,Lobobunaea phaedusa,Summer

Naming

*''Lobobunaea phaedusa phaedusa''
⤷ ''Lobobunaea phaedusa christyi''
⤷ ''Lobobunaea phaedusa falcatissima'' Rougeot, 1962
⤷ ''Lobobunaea phaedusa rexnoctuae'' Stoneham, 1962

References:

Some text fragments are auto parsed from Wikipedia.

Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderLepidoptera
FamilySaturniidae
GenusLobobunaea
SpeciesL. phaedusa