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Orsilochides - Orsilochides stictica

Orsilochides - Orsilochides stictica
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
August 22, 2008

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Can you tell us how you know so we can add that information to the guide? Did you raise these? Or did you watch them develop on a plant near your home? The dates confuse us. Are there two broods during the year?
This is a great series! What a welcome addition to the guide!

 
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I've been observing these little guys since the earliest date submitted. I am thinking they do have 2 broods- not positive on that though. They are always aggregated on Axocatzin. It grows wild here in my yard. I am also thinking that i have photographed all stages of their lives. I'm no expert, by far, but i hope someone will know and educate all of us :) Glad you appreciate the series.

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