The 35 members of the Adeloneivaia genus occur in Central and South America. Things within this genus have become more complicated over the last decade, with widespread species like jason divided into multiple new species. These are medium sized moths, most of them with quite spectacular caterpillars.

The rearing is similar to for example Citheronia species, however their preferred food plants are most often within the Fabaceae family. Some will accept Quercus and/or Salix, which makes it just a bit more complicated, especially when you obtain stock during winter months.