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Meris paradoxa 31 day old larva. - Meris paradoxa

Meris paradoxa 31 day old larva. - Meris paradoxa
Florida Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
Size: Length 11 mm.
Hatched from eggs laid by this female

ID by local moth expert Noel McFarland.
Host plant information also provided by Noel McFarland.
Native host plant snapdragon vine, Maurandya antirrhiniflora.
Noel McFarland said it could also be reared on garden variety snapdragon, Antirrhinum majus, which is what it was reared on.

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Meris paradoxa 2 day old larva. - Meris paradoxa Meris paradoxa 25 day old larva. - Meris paradoxa Meris paradoxa 31 day old larva. - Meris paradoxa Meris paradoxa 45 day old larva. - Meris paradoxa Meris paradoxa 76 day old larva. - Meris paradoxa Meris paradoxa pupa. - Meris paradoxa