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- Lonomia obliqua, the giant silkworm moth (a name also used for a wide range of other saturniid moths), is a species of saturniid moth from South America...
- The genus Lonomia is a moderate-sized group of fairly cryptic saturniid moths from South America, famous not for the adults, but for their highly venomous...
- and some can cause severe skin necrosis and shedding. Certain species of Lonomia in the family Saturniidae actually can inject venom that is life-threatening...
- chemicals in any animal is produced by the South American silk moth genus Lonomia. Its venom is an anticoagulant powerful enough to cause a human to hemorrhage...
- Lonomia frankae is a species of saturniid moth. To date it has only been found in the vicinity of Oxapampa, Peru. Although it is not rare during April...
- as urticating hairs, which can be lethal to humans (e.g., that of the Lonomia moth), although the venom's strength varies depending on the species. Bees...
- pub, but they both manage to escape, though Sebastian is hit with two Lonomia poison darts in the process, in his shoulder and ****. Though reluctant...
- Hemileucinae are gregarious when young and have stinging hairs, those of Lonomia containing a poison which may kill a human. ****nura armida is another...
- of spiders, stings of wasps, or venomous setae of caterpillars (e.g., Lonomia or Acharia species). One 1978 study is frequently quoted, in which the...
- hemorrhage). Skin rashes are the most common, but there have been fatalities. Lonomia is a frequent cause of envenomation in humans in Brazil, with 354 cases...
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