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Lifecycle of a Chinese Luna Moth

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Follow the growth of the Chinese Luna Moth (Actias dubernardi) from egg, to caterpillar, to cocoon, to adult. This calmly-paced, 16-minute video covers approximately 70–85 days of development, filmed by insect YouTuber Adam Grochowalski. Both the bright pink and yellow male and pale green female of the species are shown.

chinese luna moth
chinese luna moth
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