Mr. Moore: No; this maggot is on the root, the cabbage butterfly lays its eggs on the leaf.
Among the cabbage leaves, were many of the pale green eggs and several of the caterpillars of the cabbage butterfly.
The first is the White or cabbage butterfly that flits over our gardens all summer long.
One day a cabbage butterfly obligingly flew in at the open window.
Mr. Goudy: The cabbage butterfly, does that come from the same maggot?
There are several species of ichneumon which make thinnings among the caterpillars of the cabbage butterfly.
Probably you will find the eggs of the cabbage butterfly on the under side of the leaves.
Other fungi in the same way kill the silkworm and the caterpillars of the cabbage butterfly.