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Moths (Lepidoptera) are an order of insects whose adult form is commonly called butterfly. They are characterized in the adult stage by three pairs of legs (like all insects) and two pairs of wings covered with scales of very different colors depending on the species. Moths lay eggs that give rise to caterpillars. The latter then pupate (sheltering or not a previously woven cocoon). It finally emerges the imago, or butterfly. Their life cycle is thus composed of four distinct stages, egg, larva, pupa and butterfly separated by metamorphosis (the caterpillar to pupa and pupa to adult). This makes the complete metamorphosis. (Wikipedia)

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