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https://flic.kr/p/dDJWhu | Sphingidae - Hyles gallii - 3rd instar

https://flic.kr/p/dDJWhu | Sphingidae - Hyles gallii - 3rd instar

Fuzzy Pink Cotton Candy Caterpillar via Pascal Bushmaster

Do Not Eat : Fuzzy Pink Cotton Candy Caterpillar via Pascal Bushmaster

Meet the caterpillar that could pass for a Christmas ornament

Meet the caterpillar that could pass for a Christmas ornament

Behold the Spun Glass Caterpillar - a real life crystal creature. Pupal stage of the Spun Glass Slug Moth (Isochaetes beutenmuelleri). They are very nearly transparent, and covered in spiny hairs containing poison that can cause dermatitis.

Striped caterpillar ... Actually, its a very hungry caterpillar munching its way to become an Austrailian Joseph's Coat Moth  (not a monarch as I originally thought. Monarch caterpillars are black-white-yellow stripe)

Actually, its a very hungry caterpillar munching its way to become an Austrailian Joseph's Coat Moth (not a monarch as I originally thought. Monarch caterpillars are black-white-yellow stripe)

TURBULENT PHOSPHILA CATERPILLARS (Phosphila turbulenta) ©455rocket/jpgcalendar The grown moth is not nearly as graphically appealing as the caterpillars - http://bugguide.net/node/view/27876/bgimage

(Phosphila turbulenta) The grown moth is not nearly as graphically appealing as the caterpillars -

I love the overlapping of the divided body parts, and yellow and black pattern.

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A spectacular Saturniidae Moth caterpillar. Isn't he amazing!

A spectacular Saturniidae Moth caterpillar. Isn't he amazing! ~~ This is certainly the "prettiest" bug, or insect, or whatever class this falls into. Certainly quite colorful thats for sure!

The Milkweed Tussock Moth caterpillar (Euchaetes egle)

Milkweed Tussock Moth caterpillar (Euchaetes egle) Photo by Lisa Palmer…

Rothschild Silk Moth Caterpillar

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Hickory Horned Devil caterpillar found near Greenville, SC that will one day become a massive Regal Moth, which is bright orange with yellow spots.

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