Credit: DR MORLEY READ/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Thread holding the cocoon of a false burnet moth (Urodus sp.), attached to the underside of a fern frond. Urodid moths are known for constructing open mesh cocoons to hold their pupae. Filmed in the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest.

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Keywords: amazon, american, ant, ants, biological, biology, butterfly, chrysalis, cocoon, ecuador, frond, hanging, hangs, insect, insects, leaf, lepidoptera, metamorphosis, moth, neotropics, pupa, pupating, rainforest, south america, suspended, thread, tropical, tropics, underside, urodid, urodidae, zoology

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False burnet moth cocoon thread

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Duration: 00:00:12.01

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