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Manduca lifecycle sampler

Just about finished with all the hornworms. There is the stuffed larva which I wrote about before,  a stuffed pupa still needing to be stuffed as of this morning so more accurately called an unstuffed pupa, and a sampler depicting … Continue reading

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Needlepointing Hornworms

The Tobacco Hornworm, Manduca septa, is a three inch long green caterpillar. It has markings like light cigarettes running down the body, formed from the combination of brown spiracle and a white marking. They are native to North America and … Continue reading

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