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marinarichie112 
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Re: “Butterflies, Butterflies and More Butterflies

Thank you Jim for sharing your knowledge and personal witness of nature's intricacies--like the parasitic wasps emerging from the chrysalids. We've been seeing a lot of pandora moth caterpillars on the ground below ponderosa pines, and watched one burrow right into the hard soil. Cool. Seems like a good year for them, too. We've also noticed dark chrysalids on the ground in open areas near the lava--and wonder what they are? Not hanging on any tree or bush.

Posted by marinarichie112 on 07/13/2018 at 7:57 AM

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