Swallowtails eggs

Sunsol Daniels MYTZ14A at prodigy.com
Sun Jul 12 08:38:19 EDT 1998

semjase at aol.com (Semjase) wrote:
>>What do black and anise swallowtails eggs look like ?
>>Pleasantly  new baby catepillars are showing
>>up on plants that haven't been outside in a week and
>>I can't find any eggs.

The anise swallowtail eggs I have seen are pale yellow globes.  They have 
ridges if you look closely.  Usually, the larvae eat the egg shells after 
they hatch, so if you have caterpillars, the egg shells are probably gone.


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