Amorbia larva and
Photography by Max E. Badgley (1922-2006)
Leafrollers are arthropods in the class insecta, and the
order Lepidoptera, which includes the butterflies, skippers, and moths.
Leafrollers are moths that, in the larval stage of development, feed on
the foliage of host plants until ready to pupate, and then prepare a
protective pupation enclosure by rolling a leaf from the host plant;
inside this enclosure, the caterpillar produces a silken pupae within
which it develops into an adult moth.
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