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One-Eyed Sphinx larva 5th instar - Smerinthus cerisyi

One-Eyed Sphinx larva 5th instar - Smerinthus cerisyi
Town of Baileys Harbor, Hidden Corners Sanctuary, Door County, Wisconsin, USA
July 19, 1997
Size: Unrecorded
Larva is 20 days old. Egg was found on June 26, 1997 on Big-Tooth Aspen (Populus grandidentata). Hatched on June 29, 1997. Formed pupa on July 19, 1997. Eclosed August 22, 1997. It was deformed and eventually died.