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Western Tiger Swallowtail Larva 1st-3rd Instar - Papilio rutulus

Western Tiger Swallowtail Larva 1st-3rd Instar - Papilio rutulus
San Clemente, Orange County, California, USA
September 26, 2016
Size: mm
I have a close up of the mouth parts and graspers? that hold leaf amazing stuff i got lucky it started to eat right as i opened the container It also Put out its Horns again can't remember that long word what's it called again? Was not ready to take photo but i will soon get it mad and take photo's of them! This photo was taken on 09/28/16

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Head
See how big the head is relative to the body - this is most likely 4th instar. Definitely not 3rd. Here is a link to my flickr photos. Scroll about half way down to see all instars of Eastern Tigers.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/drogerscollections/sets/72157622365999729/

 
link to my flicker acct larva and adults! Thanks for link.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/19116620@N07/29896979172/in/dateposted/

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