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Photo#124007
Rapped in a leaf.

Rapped in a leaf.
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
July 3, 2007
This was rapped up in a leaf and I wondered what it is. Any info. would be helpful. I have attached the leaf also.

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Rapped in a leaf. Rapped in a leaf.

Tortricidae
It is the pupa of a tortricid moth.

Moved
Moved from Moths.

nice find.
That is the pupa of a moth. It might be some kind of silk moth, family Saturniidae, but I really don't know. You should keep it and see what emerges! Also, measuring how long it is would help a more experienced person give a more specific ID of this pupa.

 
MOTH id
Thank you for your help, I'll try to watch it.

 
I had something similar on my blueberries.
Knowing what plant it is on might indicate what it ate as a caterpillar, which is often useful for ID. See this one:


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