What Is a Baby Butterfly Called?

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A butterfly goes through four stages after lying of eggs; the first stage is the larva stage, which is a baby like worm known as a caterpillar. The caterpillar stag is the process of shading of skin before it grows to an adult and is also the active stage. The next and last stage to adult hood is the pupa stage, which is a resting stage. The caterpillar camouflages itself in a cocoon to hide from predators as it changes to a full grown butterfly.
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A baby Butterfly is called a larva, caterpillar, chrysalis or pupa.
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