L1–6 of Antheraea compta. A. L1, newly hatched individual feeding on the eggshell, lateral view; B. L1, drinking water, dorsal view; C. L1, feeding on the edge of leaf (Quercus yunnanensis), lateral view; D. ♀, L2, newly molted, lateral view; E. ♀, L2, dorsal view; F. ♂, L2, lateral view; G. ♀, L3, dorsal view; H. ♂, L3, lateral view; I. ♂, L4, newly molted, A2–8, lateral view; J. ♂, L4, dorsal view; K. ♂, L4, lateral view; L. ♂, the late period of the 4th pre-molting, the dorsal area of T2, frontal view; M. ♂, L5, dorsal view; N. ♂, L5, lateral view; O, P. ♂, L5, epicuticle of dry exuviae, the medial surface of scolus SD-III of A1; O. a: spiny seta; b: shiny area; c: green integument; P. a: shiny area; b: green integument; Q, R. ♂, L6, epicuticle of dry exuviae (sampling from cocoon), the clubbed setal apex of scolus D-III of T3; Q. Centeral area; R. Marginal area. Scale bars: 3 mm (A–C, I, L); 5 mm (D–F); 1 cm (G, H, J, K); 2 cm (M, N); 200 µm (O); 30 µm (P); 4 µm (Q); 20 µm (R).

  Part of: Liu Z (2023) An “American” silkmoth endemic to Himalayas, part I: life history and natural distribution of Antheraea compta Rothschild, 1899 (Lepidoptera, Saturniidae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 70(2): 261-282. https://doi.org/10.3897/dez.70.102952