I don't know anyone in Europe interested in Lappets who hasn't reared Lasiocampa quercus at least a few times. It's the most common Lappet in Europe and an attractive one. The Lasiocampa species, 14 in total, occur in Europe, the Middle East and temperate Asia. They are small to medium sized moths.
Many species have a slow life cycle with eggs hatching late summer or autumn, overwintering caterpillars and moths in spring. Not all though. Some have overwintering eggs, so carefully check this.