Ok. I’ve attached 3 photos below. Thanks so much, Alanna
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I sent some photos late last month and wanted to check back with you
about the identification of them. Our 7 year old girl thoroughly
enjoys all kinds of “BUGS” and can hardly wait for a response.
Thanks so much,
Original Letter: Feb 24, 2009, at 9:11 PM
I was wanting to know what we should expect
to emerge from these and how to possibly anticipate when (Can we
place these in a jar for observation until then?)?
Sorry for the delay in getting to your response. Additional delays resulted when you resent the request but we had no way of tracking your original letter with images. Thanks for resending the images. You have provided an image of a Bagworm, a species of moth that lives its entire caterpillar life inside a bag consructed of silken thread and bits of plant material from the host plant. Your other cocoon is some Giant Silk Moth. Both the Polyphemus Moth and Luna Moth wrap the cocoon in a leaf, and often the leaf falls to the ground, but occasionally the cocoon remains attached to the tree. It appears as though the tree is a some sort of fruit tree. Your third image which we are not posting, is of a Preying Mantis ootheca or egg case.