I have some great (and fairly disgusting) close ups of Pine Sawfly Larvae. I figure it's a safe assumption that the sawfly is considered a bug. Is the larvae a "bug"? If so, do I enter it under Pine Sawfly and indicate on the photo that it's the larvae or do I enter it as Pine Sawfly Larvae? I'm guessing the former but wanted to be sure.
Edited to add that I love the new bug files, but when I first saw the tab appear on my menu bar I wondered why we were keeping track of the software "bugs". ; )
scutler, yes you should enter the larvae under the adult name. :)
If you do a search in Bug Files you find examples like Sphinx Moth and Monarch Butterfly etc . You will find the caterpillars as well as the adults.
Just confirming that all stages of one species should form part of one entry in the BugFiles. Just as a PlantFiles entry may have pictures of seeds, seedlings, plant, flowers, seed pods etc.
Here is one fairly complete sequence from BugFiles: http://davesgarden.com/bf/go/190/