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Double-Toothed Prominent 5th Instar Larva - Nerice bidentata

Double-Toothed Prominent 5th Instar Larva - Nerice bidentata
Town of Baileys Harbor, Hidden Corners Sanctuary, Door County, Wisconsin, USA
August 3, 2006
Fifth instar larva, 17 days old. Out of 50 eggs, only two survived to pupate. Caterpillars of Eastern N.A. by David L. Wagner says the pupae overwinter. In this case, two females eclosed on 9/4/06 and 9/06/06; they laid eggs and were released.

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