Tobacco hornworm where do they pupae?

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Wendy Lehner asked a question: Tobacco hornworm where do they pupae?
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Date created: Tue, Dec 7, 2021 1:19 PM
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Video answer: Carolina quick tips® life cycle of the tobacco hornworm

Carolina quick tips® life cycle of the tobacco hornworm

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The hornworm caterpillars drop from infested tomato (or potato) plants, burrow into the litter or the soil and spend the winter as pupae. The moths emerge in the spring… Once the wings are fully expanded you can release the moth.

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Metamorphosis & the tobacco hornworm (manduca sexta)

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