One of mine apparently has. It's in the upper left corner of the tray. (The larger object in the center is a carrot.) Here's the back story. Sometime back I posted on the meal worm thread about my larvae failing to morph into the pupae stage. It was due to the type of substrate I was using which seemed to have juvenile growth hormone, possibly naturally induced. The feed is wheat bran but finely processed. The worms in it never advance to the pupae stage, instead growing to an inch and a quarter in length and even larger. This morning I opened the container and found a chrysalis. It's about an inch and a half long. It certainly isn't part of any vegetable matter I placed in the container for moisture. I use whole carrots. Is this something new? Or have others experienced this? There has never been a pupa in this tray of larva. This worm has gone directly to a chrysalis from larva stage.