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Which pupa?

Observed: 31st July 2011 By: DavidHowdon
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Pupa of 2033 Lymantria monacha (Black Arches) found in Mad Bess Wood 29th July 2011.  Retained and eclosed 4th August. This image: Pupa
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Description:

Found this (very motile) pupa spun up on a trunk.
Retained. Eclosed on 4th August.
Additional photos of pupa, pupal exuvia and imago taken on later dates than that for the observation.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Black Arches (Lymantria monacha) interacts

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Black arches

Has now eclosed and is indeed a Black Arches. Pictures of imago, pupal exuvia now added.