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TEMPERATURE DETERMINES DIAPAUSE TERMINATION IN PAPILIO TROILUS (LEPIDOPTERA: PAPILIONIDAE)
AIlSTRACT.-Diapausing pupae of the spicebush swallowtail buuerfly, Papilio troil"s Linnaeus, were individually set up in screened cages under one of 4 temperature and 2 photoperiod treatments (14°, 18°,22°, or 26°; in 18:6 or 12: 12 photo/scotophase). The breaking of diapause and edosion of adult butterflies was significantly faster at 26°C (13-24 days) than noc (18-36 days) and 18°C (36-69 days) regardless of the photoperiod conditions. As of 88 days, none of the pupae edosed as adults infatcat:ab2ef2h3kndk3e5td2oatiesam