1. Japanese oak silkmoth (Antheraea yamamai)Usually written using kana alone
Wikipedia definition
2. Antheraea yamamaiThe Japanese Silk Moth or Japanese Oak Silkmoth is a moth of the Saturniidae family. It is endemic to Japan, but has been imported to Europe for silk production and is now found in South-Eastern Europe, mainly in Austria, North-Eastern Italy and the Balkan. It seems to be spreading north and a population near Deggendorf and Passau has been reported. The tensan silk moth (Antheraea yamamai) has been cultivated in Japan for more than 1000 years.
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山繭 【てんさん】天蚕 【やままゆ】天蚕 【てんさん】ヤママユ


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