This may be a fourth larva from the previously reported three larvae. The larger ones are believed to have found a place to pupate. This one is noticeably smaller than the other three already noted, but nearly two inches. Fingers crossed for four third generation butterflies!
Latitude: 34.8 Longitude: -96.7
Observed by: Markia
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