The pupa state of certain insects, esp. of butterflies, from which the perfect insect emerges. See Pupa, and Aurelia (a).
a stage in which the caterpillar remains immobile and undergoes metamorphosis to become a butterfly or moth. Also called a pupa.
Cover over a developing adult butterfly during the pupa stage of development. This is the third life stage in the development of an adult butterfly. The adult butterfly comes out of the chrysalis.
inactive stage of butterflies in which the larva transforms into the adult form; pupa.
pupa of a moth or butterfly enclosed in a cocoon
a type of pupa , a protective case within which a larval insect is undergoing metamorphosis into adult form
a type of pupa , a protective case within which an insect is undergoing metamorphosis from a larva into the adult form
A butterfly's hard-cased pupa. This is the third stage in the butterfly life cycle, during which complete metamorphosis takes place.
The third stage of a butterfly's life cycle in which it develops in a hard case into an adult. Usually called a pupa.
The smooth outer covering of a butterfly pupa. Often, the term "chrysalis" is used to refer to the pupa itself.[ image
the pupa of a butterfly in which the metamorphosis from caterpillar to the adult stage takes place.
The pupa of a butterfly and some insects.
The resting stage of a butterfly between the larval and adult stages
(noun - pronounced: KRIS-uh-liss) - the third stage of the butterfly life cycle, also called a pupa.
The protective covering of a pupa
A cocoon A 3-day event designed to let youth and young adults grow closer in their walk with Christ, and to foster leaders in the church. The idea being the progression of caterpillar-chrysalis-butterfly.
Is the specific type of pupae which is produced by a butterfly. Different from the cocoon of a moth, a chrysalis is not covered in silk. Chryaslids of butterflies come in all shapes, sizes, and colors, and can often be observed moving and "twitching" when disturbed.
A pupa (the stage between a larva and an adult) enclosed in a firm case or cocoon. The chrysalis was pale gray and about an inch long.
Hard outer covering of a pupa that houses a developing butterfly; similar to a cocoon.
Chrysalis is a term used to describe the form that butterflies and moths assume between the caterpillar stage and their final winged stage. The term Pupa is also commonly used and is synonymous to chrysalis. The term cocoon is often used synonymously with chrysalis, but this isn't exactly correct because a cocoon, by definition, must be spun of silk while a chrysalis needn't be. Most butterfly chrysalis are actually made from the caterpillars skin while most moth chrysalis are truly spun from silk and, therefor, are also considered cocoons. Clear as mud
(noun) pupa without a cocoon
The casing, or pupa, of an undeveloped butterfly.
The pupa, or stage of a butterfly's life cycle between larva and adult.
The naked pupa of a butterfly.
The chrysalis (derived from the Greek word for gold) is the pupa of a butterfly.