Origin of exuviae
Related formsex·u·vi·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for exuviae
There is also some wool, vegetable down, and insect webbing, in which are entangled the exuviae of some caterpillar.
I also saw the exuviae of a third fast sinking into the sand, and added the skull to my collection.Cape Cod|Henry D. Thoreau
Our thoughts should soar upward with the butterfly,—not linger with the exuviae that confined him.Chippings With A Chisel (From "Twice Told Tales")|Nathaniel Hawthorne
During the actual moulting the caterpillar is quite active in freeing itself from the exuviae.Butterflies Worth Knowing|Clarence M. Weed
Broken sea shells and other exuviae of marine animals are apparent throughout the whole mass.