chrysalis

The pupal or transformatory stage of a butterfly's life; also the protective covering of the pupa
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chrysalis

[n] - pupa of a moth or butterfly enclosed in a cocoon
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Chrysalis

• (n.) The pupa state of certain insects, esp. of butterflies, from which the perfect insect emerges. See Pupa, and Aurelia (a).
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chrysalis

noun pupa of a moth or butterfly enclosed in a cocoon
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Chrysalis

[magazine] Chrysalis: A Magazine of Women`s Culture was a feminist publication produced from 1977 to 1980. The self-published magazine was founded by Kirsten Grimstad and Susan Rennie at the Woman`s Building in downtown Los Angeles. Chysalis grew from Grimstad and Rennie`s editorial work on the self-help resource books, The New Woman`s Surv...
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Chrysalis

[sculpture] Chrysalis is a public artwork by American artist Beth Sahagian located at the entrance of the Marion Chester Read Center, which is near Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, USA. The sculpture is carved from 2,500 pounds of Indiana limestone and bronze. It consists of one solid form and measures about 75` x 36`. Chrysalis was installed in the e...
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Chrysalis

Chrys'a·lis noun ; plural Chrysalides . [ Latin chrysallis the gold-colored pupa of butterflies, Greek ..., from ... gold. Confer Aurelia .] (Zoology) The pupa state of certain insects, esp. of butterflies, from which the perfect insect emerges. See Pupa , an...
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Chrysalis

A chrysalis is a form which butterflies, moths, and most other insects assume when they change from the state of larva or caterpillar and before they arrive at their winged or perfect state. In the chrysalis form the animal is in a state of rest or insensibility, and exists without nutriment, the length of time varying with the species and season. ...
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Chrysalis

A protective covering for an insect pupa or for the pupa of a butterfly.
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chrysalis

chrysalis (kris'ulis) : see pupa.
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chrysalis

in butterflies, the pupal stage between larva and adult when the insect is in a hard case without a cocoon
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chrysalis

Pupa of an insect, but especially that of a butterfly or moth. It is essentially a static stage of the creature's life, when the adult insect, benefiting from the large amounts of food laid down by the actively feeding larva, is built up from the disintegrating larval tissues. The chrysalis may be exposed or within a cocoon
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Chrysalis

Pupal stage of butterflies.
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Chrysalis

See pupa.
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Chrysalis

The hard case formed at the third stage of a butterfly’s life, also called pupa.
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CHRYSALIS

The outer cover of a butterfly pupa, where metamorphosis occurs.
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Chrysalis

The pupa of a butterfly.
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chrysalis

the pupa of a butterfly.
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Chrysalis

The resting stage of a butterfly between the larval and adult stages
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