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Old 04-27-2010, 08:15 PM   #1
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Default The Life Cycle of the Dainty Sulphur Butterfly

Jan Dauphin:
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On April 3, 2010, I observed and photographed a Dainty Sulphur - Nathalis iole deposit an egg on the very common South Texas wildflower, Tiny Tim - Thymophylla tenuiloba. I collected the plant with the egg, brought it home to put into a bug box, and began a 22 day study of the tiny sulphur's life cycle.
Dainty Sulphur - Nathalis iole Life Cycle Study
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