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Research Article

Biology of the Wild Silkmoth Anaphe panda (Boisduval) in the Kakamega Forest of Western Kenya

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Anaphe panda silkmoth life stages: (a) male; (b) female moths; (c) mating; (d) egg cluster; (e) hatching (1st instar silkworms); (f) 7th instar silkworm on the host plant Bridelia micrantha; (g) Cocoon nest; (h) Pupae in the cocoon nest.

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