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1 A butterfly is produced by metamorphosis from a caterpillar.
2 A caterpillar is the larva of a butterfly.
3 The caterpillar was transformed into a butterfly.
4 A caterpillar transforms into a butterfly.
5 These secretions are used by the caterpillar as a defence.
6 The old caterpillar skin peels back and falls away.
7 The plant toxin renders both the caterpillar and the adult butterfly particularly repellent to natural enemies.
8 The glycosides are even retained as the caterpillar changes into a butterfly and help to protect it from predatory birds.
9 Several butterfly species live out their caterpillar stage inside an ants' nest.
10 The sixth one was called caterpillar it was two long planks of wood with poles coming out of it.
11 Just as only a caterpillar can become a butterfly,(www.Sentencedict.com) the formal stage seems a necessary developmental step to the skilful stage.
12 A caterpillar dangled in front of me, hanging in mid-air by a silver thread attached to an oak tree twig.
13 One caterpillar was mushy, presumably the victim of a virus or bacterial infection.
14 In this collection, he has embraced Caterpillar work boots, done up for him in two-tone suede.
15 When the caterpillar is fully grown it usually hangs upside down from a leaf or plant stem, and begins to pupate.
16 Trust to transform. Let go...like a caterpillar that eventually turns into a beautiful butterfly. RVM
17 There was no Caterpillar Club yet, no way out of a doomed plane.
18 The fresh pupa, having cast off its pliable caterpillar skin, had hardened and become black-brown.
19 Like an aphid, then, the caterpillar employs ants as bodyguards, but it goes one better.
20 But no-the caterpillar has provided that this does not happen, and has arranged to stay above the ground through the winter.
21 Both the caterpillar and adult of the monarch butterfly are distasteful to their enemies.
22 The computer prints a word, e.g. caterpillar, with a picture of a long green caterpillar beside it.
23 The fifth turned into a small yellow caterpillar and crawled away.
24 If it is made of a slightly rough material it gives the caterpillar something to get a purchase on.
25 It crosses terrain that overturns other robots or stops them dead in their caterpillar tracks.
26 The other three cocoons also had been parasitized by a wasp that must have laid her eggs into the caterpillar.
27 As soon as the eggs hatch you will need to provide a plentiful supply of the plant that the caterpillar feeds on.
28 That strike ended in the spring of 1992, when Caterpillar made headlines by threatening to permanently replace the strikers.
29 I saw a little glazed brown ring of tent caterpillar moth eggs on a chokecherry twig.
30 The egg, if injected, would hatch into a wasp grub that would consume the caterpillar from the inside.
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