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Larval records

Observed: 5th June 2005 By: DavidHowdon
Amateur Entomologists' SocietyLondon Natural History SocietySelborne Society
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Larva / caterpillar found on grass in Paradise Fields, Middlesex (VC21) on 5th june 2005. Taken home and reared on, started pupating late on 5th June. Fully pupated by 6th June.  Eclosed by 19th June. This picture: larva
Larva / caterpillar found on grass in Paradise Fields, Middlesex (VC21) on 5th june 2005. Taken home and reared on, started pupating late on 5th June. Fully pupated by 6th June.  Eclosed by 19th June. This picture: larva in pot starting to pupate
Larva / caterpillar found on grass in Paradise Fields, Middlesex (VC21) on 5th june 2005. Taken home and reared on, started pupating late on 5th June. Fully pupated by 6th June.  Eclosed by 19th June. This picture: pupa (probably less than 12 hours since pupating)
Larva / caterpillar found on grass in Paradise Fields, Middlesex (VC21) on 5th june 2005. Taken home and reared on, started pupating late on 5th June. Fully pupated by 6th June.  Eclosed by 19th June. This picture: Pupa
Larva / caterpillar found on grass in Paradise Fields, Middlesex (VC21) on 5th june 2005. Taken home and reared on, started pupating late on 5th June. Fully pupated by 6th June.  Eclosed by 19th June. This picture: Pupa
Description:

Going through the archives of larval images

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet (Zygaena lonicerae) interacts

Comments

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Great pics David,

Great pics David, unfortunately not species I am familiar with, but excellent series of photos.

Cathal.