describe butterfly larva
Black and gooey
There are four stages in a butterfly or moth's life cycle. These stages include egg, larva, pupa, as well as adult.
The Kamehameha Butterfly is endemic to Hawaii. The adults feed off of the sap of Koa trees and the larva feed from the <i>mamaki</i> bush
The butterflies are called Caterpillars or they can be in a cocoon.
Lepidoptera. Moths are also in this order.
Caterpillars or larva
The larva of a butterfly is called a caterpillar.
A butterfly's larva is generally referred to as a caterpillar. When they are ready to mature, they will form a cocoon and remain inside during their transformation into a butterfly.
An adult butterfly is called just that. In the larva stage it is called a caterpillar. The process is called metamorphosis.
Yes, because butterfly larva are caterpillers!!;)
Yes, that is correct.
The young, or larva, of a peacock butterfly is called a "caterpillar".
A young butterfly is called a caterpillar, larva, chrysalis or pupa
Monarch butterflies go through a four stage development cycle in their lifespans. The four stages of the monarch butterfly are the egg, the caterpillar or larvae, the chrysalis or pupa, and the butterfly.
A butterfly in its cocoon stage is called a pupa.Forgive me if I spell something wrong im only 12.
no, it is not as 'larva' is a red substance that puors out of volcanoes :D