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Classis : Insecta 
Ordo : Lepidoptera 
Familia : Saturniidae 
Genus : Saturnia 
Schrank, 1802[1]
   

Saturnia (Anglice emperor, emperor moth) est genus magnorum papilionum familiae Saturniidarum. Plurimae sunt Palaearcticae, sed tres speciesS. mendocino, S. walterorum, S. albofasciata—sunt in chaparral Californiensi endemicae.

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  1. Markku Savela (2005-11-06). "Saturnia Schrank, 1802" 
  2. Opler, Paul A., Harry Pavulaan, Ray E. Stanford, et Michael Pogue, "Mendocino saturnia moth, Saturnia mendocino Behrens, 1876 in Butterflies and Moths of North America (2006), apud URL butterfliesandmoths.org
  3. Opler, Paul A., Harry Pavulaan, Ray E. Stanford, et Michael Pogue, "Walters' saturnia moth Saturnia walterorum(Hogue & Johnson, 1958)," in Butterflies and Moths of North America (2006)), URL butterfliesandmoths.org.
  4. Opler, Paul A., Harry Pavulaan, Ray E. Stanford, et Michael Pogue, "White-streaked saturnia moth, Saturnia albofasciata (Johnson, 1938)" in Butterflies and Moths of North America (2006), apud URL butterfliesandmoths.org
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