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Archive for September, 2008

Monarch – Day 25

Monarch Chrysalis Day 925 days after hatching from an egg, 9 days after becoming a chrysalis, this was at 6am, by 8pm the female monarch was out and ready to go free.[...]

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Monarch – Chrysalis Encased

Monarch Chrysalis x2The formation and details of the chrysalis, including determining the gender of the butterfly.[...]

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Behind the Scenes

Just some administrative notes. I wanted to document for myself and other some of the tools I use in creating this site. I need to do this for Eclectic Echoes as well, but that site has been around for quite some time, and I just don’t have the time for such a task over there […][...]

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Site Header Image Poll

Rotating HeadersAll the header images currently used on the site along with a poll where you can give me your opinion on which ones are best.[...]

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Monarch Caterpillar Feeding

Monarch caterpillar feedingA virtual eating machine, the growth of the monarch caterpillar is plotted over the 14 days from hatch to entering the chrysalis stage. [...]

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Monarch – 5th Instar

Monarch - 5th InstarThe large 5th instar of the Monarch butterfly, a survery of monarch subspecies and the importance of Juvenile Hormone for the migration of the Monarch Butterfly.[...]

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Monarch – 4th Instar

Monarch - 4th InsatrVery few monarch eggs hatch and survive to become adults. Among the predators is the Asian ladybug, a voracious insectivore. [...]

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Crab Megalopa

crab larvae saying hello, originally uploaded by nature adrift.. Definitely one of my favorite megalopa images ever. The megalopa stage is the final larval stage before a young crab molts and becomes an juvenile crab with all the adult body characteristics (although tiny) of the species. Share this:Email[...]

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