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  1. Click the images to find out more information about each stage. Information from Http://www.kidsbutterfly.org

  2. Learn about the eggs… • The egg is tiny, round, oval, or cylindrical object, usually with fine ribs. • The female attaches the egg to leaves, steams or other objects, on or near the intended caterpillar food. Caterpillar Eggs Chrysalis Back to Cycle http://home.vicnet.net.au/~fbpw/bf_eggs.jpg

  3. Learn about the Caterpillar… • The caterpillar also known as the larva is the long, worm-like stage of the butterfly. • It often has interesting patterns, stripes or patches. • The caterpillar feeds during this stage off of milk weed. • As it grows it sheds skin, four or more times. Chrysalis Caterpillar Eggs Back to Cycle http://emergentcy.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/20080211_steve_jackson_black_swallowtail_caterpillar_big.jpg

  4. http://www.innventia.com/upload/Edge/Product%20images/chysalis_web.jpghttp://www.innventia.com/upload/Edge/Product%20images/chysalis_web.jpg Learn about the chrysalis… • This is the transformation stage. When the caterpillar changes into a butterfly. • Most often the chrysalis is brown or green and blends into nature, and it attaches to tree branches or leaves. Chrysalis Caterpillar Eggs Back to Cycle

  5. Learn about the butterfly… • When the butterfly is fully developed it breaks out of the chrysalis. • Butterflies come in various colors. • The adult butterfly undergoes mating and egg laying. Chrysalis Caterpillar Eggs Back to Cycle http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl