||Also known as the "Acrea moth."Males on top row, females bottom row
||American dagger moth
||Pinned adults. Female on top: male on bottom
||Adults pinned. The top insect is a male: the lower two females. Adults are sometimes known as the " Isabella moth."
||Comparison of gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) and douglas-fir tussock moth (Orygia pseudotsugata)
||Comparison of 3 Dasychira species found in Colorado; Pine tussock moth (Dasychira grisefecta (Dyar)), (Dasychira mescalera Ferguson), Variable tussock moth (Dasychira vagans)
||Comparison of gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) and a native Colorado species of lymantriid moth (Dasychira mescalera Ferguson) occasionally caught in gypsy moth traps
||great ash sphinx