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Brown Chrysalis / Pupa - Dargida procinctus

Brown Chrysalis / Pupa - Dargida procinctus
Puyallup, Pierce County, Washington, USA
May 5, 2008
Size: 23 mm
Found about an inch under the soil. I'm keeping to see what develops.

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Brown Chrysalis / Pupa - Dargida procinctus Girdler - moth emerged - Dargida procinctus

Whoa!!!
I found one today too. It was laying outside my school and on the way home I spotted it thinking it was a regular butterfly cocoon, it moved and I freaked out.

I Found One Too
Mine just a bit bigger. I found it on top of the ground.

 
Amen
I found one like that

 
It could be a lot of things
Many moths have a pupa like this.

Moved

I'm curious, too
I just dug up two (accidentally smooshed one w/shovel) of these last night while planting my dutchman pipe vine. Let me know what develops!

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