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ilsa wrote:When I saw this cat hanging in J, I noted that it looked like it was only a young 4th instar. In any case, it was much, much smaller than all of the other 5th instars that were preparing to pupate. But pupate it did, and normally. Today she eclosed and she looks normal. She has all her parts and a normal coloring, I think, but she's very small. I don't know. Maybe she doesn't look normal, after all. Please look at the pictures. (Sorry, they're not the best.) Something tells me this isn't a good thing and it would not be a good idea to encourage her to try to make the trek South. Opinions?
texas butterfly wrote:Here is link that I found:
http://www.uga.edu/monarchparasites/Cla ... index.html
Monarch MaMa wrote:Mona, did you copy the recipe for bleaching monarch eggs from the video? The person who posted that video has removed it from Youtube & its not available to see.
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