No. I'm saying that the caterpillar, chrysalis, and butterfly are all the same animal, just different stages of it's life cycle.
Thank you for clarifying. Because if you look at your question in light of the quote you framed, the conclusion I drew would have been the correct one. Adam was asking about the similarities in the life cycle of the two, not the life cycle itself. And, what so-called evolutionary pressures would have brought on this type of life cycle.
Basically what IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m saying is that your question was a little confusing in the way that you framed it, and in the context of Adams inquiry.
I didnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t mean to offend; I was just stumped by your question to his question.