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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.

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[noindex]Next, watch the time lapse of the life cycle of the silkworm, a monarch butterfly metamorphosis, hawk moths and the art of staying stable, and the camouflage of a leaf-like moth.[/noindex]

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