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Gumleaf Bizarre Looper caterpillar

Gumleaf Bizarre Looper caterpillar

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This isn’t some strange growth on a pine tree—it’s an io moth caterpillar. The little spines that look like pine needles are full of poison.

Limacodid caterpillars

I have no clue how this funny scenery that looks almost like a conversation between two came about, but it helps you see the legless underside of a limacodid larva. Now you know why many limacodid species have a "slug" in their common names.

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Cool Pictures of Alien Insects - Insect Macro Photography Seen On coolpicturegal. - Science And Nature

https://flic.kr/p/xTcayc | Jewel caterpillar (Dalceridae) - DSC_3813 | sgmacro.blogspot.com

https://flic.kr/p/xTcayc | Jewel caterpillar (Dalceridae) - DSC_3813 | sgmacro.blogspot.com

Atlas Moth Caterpillar (Attacus atlas, Saturniidae) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Atlas Moth Caterpillar (Attacus atlas, Saturniidae) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This is a Slug Moth Caterpillar in the family Limacodidae, and it looks very similar to a North American species, the Monkey Slug, and we suspect it might be in the same genus Phobetron.

Stinging Slug Caterpillars Archives - What's That Bug?

Banded Sphinx Moth larvae caterpillar Eumorpha fasciatus

Banded Sphinx Moth larvae caterpillar Eumorpha fasciatus

Caterpillar Identification

Top 10 Rare or Endangered Butterflies

This photo-rich article illustrates some of the more commonly found caterpillars in North America.

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