What is the developmental sequence of a moth butterfly?

1) Egg – its length is from 0.3 to 0.5 millimeters.

2) Then it turns into a caterpillar. Caterpillars are white, translucent and 1 millimeter long. There are mouth organs that allow you to bite food and create silk. For a developed caterpillar, the length will be about 12 millimeters.

3) From a caterpillar it turns into a pupa. The cocoon is even; outside it has lumps with the waste of the creature. The length ranges from 4 to 1.2 millimeters. Weight ranges from 3 to 10 milligrams. While the cocoon is developing, it gradually changes color: the head is from pale yellow to light brown; chest with black eyes, belly – grayish.

4) Adult (Imago). The length of the moth is 5 to 8 millimeters. The size of the wings ranges from 9 to 16 millimeters. Adults are ivory-colored with reddish-golden hair on their heads. The body is covered with yellow bristles. The wings are not wide and have a fringe at the ends of the wings.

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