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  • Doug Yanega
    On 4/3/13 10:43 AM, Preeti Virkar wrote: That is the appearance, and common placement, of Limacodid moth cocoons. You can find numerous similar photos on the
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      On 4/3/13 10:43 AM, Preeti Virkar wrote:

      That is the appearance, and common placement, of Limacodid moth cocoons.
      You can find numerous similar photos on the web and in the literature,
      primarily from SE Asia, where Limacodids are common and diverse.

      Peace,

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