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About this photograph

Kathryn Walbert
Date created
August 6, 2004
This photograph copyright ©2004. All Rights Reserved

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  • The world of a butterfly: The transformation of a caterpillar into a butterfly is one of nature's most amazing feats. These photographs show the development of an eastern black swallowtail butterfly from egg to larva to chrysalis to adult. (Page 19)

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butterfly emerged from chrysalis

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The butterfly, just emerged from its chrysalis, must wait for its wings to dry before it can fly.