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Feathery Caterpillar by melvynyeo on deviantART

Banded Tussock Moth caterpillar - Halysidota tessellaris

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https://flic.kr/p/abTEGV | Orange - blue - orange combination: caterpillar of Automeris egeus | Aposematic caterpillar, Madidi NP, Bolivia

https://flic.kr/p/abTEGV | Orange - blue - orange combination: caterpillar of Automeris egeus | Aposematic caterpillar, Madidi NP, Bolivia

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Moth, Chenille, Butterflies

Polka-Dot Wasp Moth caterpillar

Now that the dust is setting a bit in my personal life, I am starting to notice new backyard models for my project.

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "paul starosta"

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "paul starosta"

The Goliath Beetle is one of the largest insects on Earth. The monster shown here is the grub (larva) of this colossus. Like the ugly duckling, it grows into an elegant adult.

The grub of the Goliath Beetle, the largest insect on earth. My god, that will be juicy & delicious who can eat insect :)

Unusual caterpillar

The wonderful world of insects contains some of the most bizarre-looking creatures in existence and caterpillars are not an exception. Actually, a caterpillar

Ulysses Moth larva

Blue Mountain Swallowtail Caterpillar, Papilio ulysses, from Australia

Hop Dog or Pale Tussock Moth larva

Caterpillars are fascinating creatures

Hop Dog or Pale Tussock Moth larva. Photo by Steve Andrews

Photo : Yellow-tail Moth Caterpillar

Exotic looking caterpillar of the Yellow-tail Moth . Goldtail Moth or.

magicalnaturetour:    Emporer moth caterpillar feeding on Heather by Guy Rogers :)

Charlotte's Web ❀⊱Bugs & Insects⊰❀Emperor moth caterpillar feeding on heather. Photo by Guy Rogers

Redbase Jezebel Butterfly Caterpillars (Delias pasithoe, Pieridae) | by John Horstman (itchydogimages, SINOBUG)

Having completely defoliated their foodplant, these caterpillars will now pupate together and ultimately emerge as adult butterflies simultaneously. Pu'er, Yunnan, China see comments for chrysalis and adult butterfly images.

Lonomia caterpillars live in the rainforests of South America, and cause a few deaths every year, especially in southern Brazil, where they’...

This is a Lonomia caterpillar from Brazil, it is responsible for several deaths each year due to its potent venomous defense. The Lonomia Caterpillar looks beautiful but is actually considered a.

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