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Third instar - Callosamia promethea

Third instar - Callosamia promethea
Denison University Biological Reserve, Licking County, Ohio, USA
June 29, 2005
Found on sassafrass leaves, so I assume these are C. promethea, but angulifera has been raised on sassafrass as well, so I don't know for sure. These caterpillars are in their 3rd instar.

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Callosamia promethea - male - female Callosamia promethea - male - female Third instar - Callosamia promethea Fourth instar - Callosamia promethea First and fourth instars - Callosamia promethea Second instar - Callosamia promethea Building a cocoon - Callosamia promethea Callosamia promethea - female Callosamia promethea - female First instar - Callosamia promethea

7764 -- Promethea Moth -- Callosamia promethea
...3rd instars, based on complete larval series by Stu Schwartz in Wisconsin, shown on MPG Plate 39.

 
So then these only have 4 ins
So then these only have 4 instars? And should there be a new guide page made for this species?