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Photo #22935: Arctia caja


Arctia caja

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Base gallery. Supermacro. Alive insect.

Photo, and identified by: Shamil Murtazin. Image without retouching at the website

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2013-07-27 00:26:00, Республика Башкортостан, Южный Урал, окрестности пос. Тирлянский

Photographer's comment: Куколка готова к выходу. Сквозь кокон виден узор крыльев.

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10.08.2013 19:26, Shamil Murtazin

Photos posted. Tied without problems.
23140 - covers dried up after the butterfly pupae.

06.08.2013 21:34, Vasiliy Feoktistov

The liquid this "industrial waste" accumulated during a butterfly pupal state.

06.08.2013 20:55, Shamil Murtazin

The butterfly came out just the same ... Strong tearing the veils still creating =)
Thank you all for the analysis of the situation and quick consultation!
Photos later.
P.S. Already that time interested in the question - what a bright liquid at the exit of the cocoon? .. Molting "solutions" - that's understandable.But this time, a butterfly sitting on a leaf and vigorously waving its wings, made a "puddle" orange liquid (sorry for details). In archips podana liquid bright scarlet (although this color of this butterfly is not at all).

06.08.2013 12:15, Shamil Murtazin

Cocoon stronger condition, because it is unpretentious pupate in dry leaves.
Loaded into the container wetted vatok. Cocoon became softer. Hopefully, but less and less ... (
Basil, you agree cocoon was carefully cut from one side. Dolly was actually in it. It seems Tatiana law.Although it was raining, the humidity in the tank was different, though, and the top cover rag. Well, we continue to learn ...

06.08.2013 10:49, Vasiliy Feoktistov

And for me, it is not necessary to pull out of the chrysalis the caterpillar cocoon if it wove and kaya always pupate in a cocoon. In nature, everything is provided and should not be so drastically interfere in the process.

06.08.2013 10:09, Tatyana Gordeeva

Check whether the mobility of the members of the pupa. Try to spray the water may be too late.

06.08.2013 8:57, Shamil Murtazin

Apparently, still "dry up" ... It is sad.

05.08.2013 21:39, Tatyana Gordeeva

Duration step may vary depending on razl.faktorov: temperature, humidity .... In critical conditions can butterfly die being already formed (e.g., excessive dryness stale shell). Notice how the increases in the number of newly hatched butterflies nature after rain.

01.08.2013 22:28, Shamil Murtazin

Today the 26th ... I think with photos 22806, 07/08/13
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01.08.2013 21:16, Tatyana Gordeeva

3-4 weeks (21-24 days)

01.08.2013 19:48, Shamil Murtazin

Please tell me how much time in a cocoon is bear kaya?
According to descriptions of the caterpillar hibernates so that hibernation is not threatened.
But in a cocoon, she sat up something ... Although the flight of another month could go ...

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