What Is a Young Butterfly Called?

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Butterflies grow through many stages from the egg, caterpillar and pupa to the adult butterfly. The caterpillar stage is also referred to as the larva stage, while the pupa is also called chrysalis. The chrysalis marks the last stage of transition into a butterfly.
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A baby Butterfly is called a larva, caterpillar, chrysalis or pupa.
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