Furcula,

Dolinskaya, Irina V., 2019, The use of egg characters for the classification of Notodontidae (Lepidoptera), with keys to the common Palaearctic genera and species, Zootaxa 4604 (2), pp. 201-241: 223

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4604.2.1

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/632C8798-8700-FF8C-7BF0-2461FBB7F80C

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Furcula
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Furcula 

1 Micropylar rosette with 19–22 cells ( Fig.72View FIGURES 68–73).............................................. F. bifida  , F. aeruginosа  ( F. bifida  — from Europe to Chita region ( Russia), Turkey, Mongolia. F.aeruginosа— steppe species, distributed from Steppe Zone of Ukraine through Kazachstan to Tuva Region ( Russia), Mongolia)

- Micropylar rosette with 11–17 cells ( Fig. 73View FIGURES 68–73)..................................... F.bicuspis  , F. furcula  , F. interrupta  ( F. interrupta  —from Cyprus to Iran; North Volga - Don region ( Russia).

F. bicuspis  , F. furcula— from Europe to Japan, China).

1 The same egg shape and pattern are typical to Kamalfa malaysiana (Holloway) from Sumatra ( Nassig, 1988).

2 The same egg shape and pattern are typical to Cerura delavoiei (Gaschet)  from N Africa, the Canary Islands (website European Lepidoptera  and their ecology (accessed May 15, 2017).

3 There is information on eggs Cerura vinula  with light color chorion in Germany (web site by Franziska Bauer) https://www.flickr.com/photos/franziskabauer/27546670082(accessed May 15, 2017) https://www.flickr.com/photos/franziskabauer/27337399965(accessed May 15, 2017)