EN⬇️ FR🇫🇷➡️ Nouveau look avec @katvondbeauty avec la super palette Chrysalis et l’autre super palette Saint and Sinner 🙏🏻
EN➡️ New look using the @thekatvond shades of her palettes #Chrysalis and #SaintandSinner 🌟🖤
You never know what you'll find at the #saratogafarmersmarket ! Last Saturday, Anna Mae Clark bonded with a monarch butterfly that had freshly emerged from its chrysalis. Wonder what tomorrow will bring... If it's showers, don't worry! We're covered by 3 long pavilions and tons of tents. Thanks for the pic @longlesson #shoplocal#shopsmall#shopsaturday
August 17,2018 🦋🐛🦋 Friday
Photography by Niccole Garfield
Me holding parasitic infested Chrysalide 2 maggots inside.
Chrysalis parasites Tachnaid fly
Swipe to see what happens - see video
The nasty side of Butterfly rearing and nature. So many odds stacked against them.
Fragile, complex and vulnerable species. •▪Tachinid Flies
A white maggot emerges from a dead or dying caterpillar or chrysalis. The maggot moves to a dark corner or under whatever is around and changes into a small brown capsule shaped pupa. In a week or two, an adult fly emerges. Yes, that is a Tachinid fly!
Flies around caterpillars can be deadly. Tachinid flies lay eggs on young caterpillars. The eggs hatch and the fly larvae (maggots) begin to drink the hemolymph (blood) of the caterpillar. Just before it pupates, the maggot eats it way out of the caterpillar or pupa. It finds leaf litter, and moves underneath the leaves and twigs. Hidden, it pupates into a small brown pupa.
There are different species of Tachinid flies. Some kill the caterpillars and they fall to the ground. When the butterfly or moth caterpillar is lying on the ground, the fly larvae emerge from the caterpillar and move away to become pupae.
Other species will leave the caterpillar while it is J’ing or after the caterpillar changes into a chrysalis. The fly larvae lower themselves about three or four inches on a mucus string before dropping to the ground.
A caterpillar may have one to six fly larvae growing inside it.
If you are raising caterpillars indoors, keep them safe from flies. It just may NOT be a housefly!
When you go to clean the old icky leaves out of a chrysalis jar and find a baby caterpillar. One of those old icky leaves must have had an egg on it. Introducing Tiny 3.0. She has been put in a fresh jar with nice new leaves. And here I thought the monarch nursery was closed for the season #11#monarch#chrysalis#yooper#escanaba#monarchcaterpillar
Welcome to "Walking In Gratitude: Inspiration in 60 Seconds." Chrysalis: A protecting covering; a sheltered state or stage of being or growth... •
Today I'll be discussing my "Invisible Straightjacket." Or said another way: PERFECTIONISM. Through misinterpretations, misidentifications and misperceptions I created a life bound with restriction. Though at times this aspect served me, more often than not, it became detrimental and joykill...A chrysalis moment occurred in 2016, when I was truly willing to undo the buckles, shed the old belief system and ultimately...fly. Through vulnerability, courage and a safe environment, I was willing to dive deep & explore what was on the other side of it... choice worth the risk... •
Is there anything currently in your life that needs to be cleared; that's no longer serving you in a positive, loving way? If comfortable, please let me know in the comments and if I can assist in anyway, I will. Sometimes if the door is cracked just a little bit, enough Light shines through to heal... Thanks for watching and your support. If compelled please share this video with friends, family or anyone who may resonate with it.
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Caught our Queen caterpillar sheds its skin and transforms into a chrysalis on time lapse video. Queen Butterfly chrysalis is very similar to Monarch’s except it is smaller.
It is hard to catch these little guys transforming into chrysalis. It happens in a flash, unless you sit and stare at it continuously for an hour or two. When the outer shell of the chrysalis is dried and hardened, the golden rim and flecks will appear. Hopefully, I will be able to catch one of them coming out as a butterfly! #metamorphosis#chrysalis#queenbutterfly
Omg! Lol!! Now counting 5 Monarch Caterpillars and 1 Chrysalis that will make 6 Butterflies that we will get to release!!❤️🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛✨🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋So Excited!! Shouldn’t be surprised the caterpillars multiplied while we were out of town last night.They probably called their buddies and said they were having a kick back.😂😂
Welcome to Flashcard Friday! It's our last day of worrying.... sorry, Warrior-ing! We are breaking down Virabhadrasana I or Warrior I. Warrior I is a staple in Sun Salutation B and a great way to start any standing sequence. From Warrior I you can clasp the hands behind the back and bow to the inside of your front knee for Humble Warrior, a great way to open the chest!
Have a look at our detailed instructions below. Try and incorporate Virabhadrasana I in your practice this week channel your inner warrior and feel the grounding and powerful effects of this pose!
Instructions - From Downward Facing Dog, step your right foot forward between your hands (drag your foot forward if you need to). - Right knee stacks above right ankle, thigh is parallel to the ground.
- Turn your back (left) foot down to the floor, toes point to the top corner of your mat (10 o’clock).
- Draw your right hip back and your left hip forward. - Press the outer edge of your left foot down into the floor and keep your back leg strong.
- Lengthen your tailbone down towards the floor and draw your lower belly in towards the spine.
- Inhale; sweep your arms up, palms face each other. - Stack your shoulders above your hips.
- Draw your tailbone down and bring your front lower ribs in.
- Press the back of your head back and lengthen out through the crown of your head.
- Spread your fingers wide and reach out through your fingertips.
- Gaze can be ahead or up towards the ceiling. - Hold and breathe
- Exhale; hands come down to either side of your front foot. - Step back to Downward Facing Dog. - Repeat on the other side. *Left leg forward, right toes point to 2 o’clock.
- Hands at heart center, or on hips.
The first picture was this morning... second picture was last night! It happened so quick! Sophia has named our butterfly “fluttershy”. Can’t wait to meet you little guy! 🦋🐛#mariposa#monarchbutterfly#chrysalis