Subject: Newly Emerged Zebra Longwing
Location: Orlando, Florida
August 5, 2012 2:00 pm
Hi Bugman. I couldn’t resist sharing this photo of a Zebra Longwing that I raised in a habitat and released after it’s fourth instar. It soon made it’s chrysalis on our passion vine and came out beautiful. We have a problem with large ants, wasps and lizards and lose a lot of caterpillars when they are young. So, I decided to rescue this one right after it hatched. I feel like a proud parent.
Signature: Elizabeth

Zebra Longwing emerges from Chrysalis

Hi Elizabeth,
Because of your positive intervention in the life of this Zebra Longwing, we are tagging this posting with the Bug Humanitarian Award.

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Location: Florida

One Response to Zebra Longwing emerges from Chrysalis

  1. Martha says:

    The ants just ate a new chrysalis of a zebra longwing. What to do? Must I re-locate each chrysalis?

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