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D. tityus grub

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So I found a D. tityus grub during the summer this year (mid-late July I believe) and I've been keeping it in a box with substrate from the tree I pulled it from. Seems like a later instar since it's quite large. About a week ago, it seemed like it was beginning to make a pupal cell, but then it stopped and starting roaming around again, sometime even on the surface. I've never had one of these before, so would that be considered normal, or should I switch things up a bit? I can also provide pictures if needed.



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