National Geographic : 1993 Dec
+yL ,' fir qq ,^ 9 c 1r1 journey fluted vase, the egg of a egg, smaller han a grain of m Heliconius cydno rests rice, stands undisturbed; then a gg on a passion vine tendril minuscule larva, or caterpillar, (above). H. cydno, like other munches its way out with to butterfly Heliconius species withcanni- scissor-like mandibles. The balistic offspring, lays indi- larva's first-and only-order visual eggs in isolated spots, of business is to eat, and its gluing them to the vines. appetizer is the egg from which 3t r r ray f s'.
1993 Nov 30