Eacles

The eacles is a genus of moths. It currently contains 57 species. There is very little information available about these species. It is one of the insects that start with alphabet E. Below are some available known fast facts.

  • Type: Insects
  • Higher Classification: Royal Moths
  • Conservation Status: Least concern
  • Wingspan: 80 – 175 mm
  • Number of eggs laid: Unknown
  • Incubation Period: 2 weeks roughly
  • Life Cycle: One brood per year
  • Average life span: Unknown
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Preys: None, adults don’t feed
  • Predators: Birds, Lizards, Frogs, Spiders, Raccoons
  • Habitat: Woodland




Eacles

It is a genus of butterflies. Different species live in different parts of the world. Females lay eggs on plants singly or in groups of 2 to 6. Incubation period is roughly 2 weeks. After hatching, caterpillars feed on plants. When they are ready to pupate; they find soft soil and then burrow underground. When they become adults; they do not feed.

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