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rattyexplores · 12 hours ago
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wtxch · a day ago
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Tawny Rajah Butterfly “Dragonhead” Caterpillar (Charaxes bernardus, Charaxinae, Nymphalidae)
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rattyexplores · 2 days ago
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✥ Spodoptera litura, “Cluster Caterpillar”
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Personal Observations When touched or frightened, the caterpillar will drop to the ground, and curl into a ball. The caterpillar also has about two sets of false eyes above the head, and in the 5th picture, you can see it curl its head down slightly, showing off those false eyes to its preditor. The caterpillar also has many false eyes running down both sides of the body.
I haven’t observed the moth too greatly, however the male moth has distinct blue colours.
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Taxonomy Lepidoptera - Noctuoidea - Noctuidae - Acronictinae - Spodoptera
Known Foodplant/s Allium porrum “Leek”, Allium porrum “Lettuce”, Brassica oleracea “Cabbage”, Beta vulgaris conditiva “Beetroot”, Lycopersicum esculentum “Tomato”, Musa acuminata “Banana”, Fragaria ananassa “Strawberry”, Arachis hypogaea “Peanuts”, Elephant’s Ear, Casuarina equisetifolia “Horsetail She-oak”, Drosera species “Sundew”, Pelargonium x zonale “Geranium”, Gossypium hirsutum “Cotton”, Fuchsia, Bryophyta “Mosses”, Polypodiophyta “Ferns”, Begonia, Torenia...
* Many more foodplants exist, these are just the ones I’m aware of. The caterpillar is a terrible pest, and ate just about anything at the old nursery.
Territory Borneo, Fiji, Guam, India, Japan, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Australia
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Last edited 09/04/21
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jaubaius · 3 days ago
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Swallowtail caterpillars mimicking snakes
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rattyexplores · 4 days ago
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✥ Undetermined
Possible ID/s: Spodoptera frugiperda “Fall Armyworm”, Helicoverpa armigera “Corn Earworm, Tomato Grub, Tobacco Budworm, Cotton Bollworm”.
13/09/20 - El Arish
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catilinas · 5 days ago
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***** brought me gay cannibal subtext “tell me what you eat and i will tell you what you are” colins :”)
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ayeti · 5 days ago
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i have been playing this game for days, I'm nowhere near done, and i could not tell you what the plot is but i am in love with it
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O, eyebrows, forgotten lil caterpillars sitting unnoticed above the windows to the soul.
https://medium.com/the-brain-is-a-noodle/ode-to-eyebrows-8e5c11f9b1d9 / #eyebrows
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death-loodle · 6 days ago
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highly recommend for anyone who has to read a bunch of scientific papers to word replace a key noun to something stupid. it will absolutely ruin whatever the purpose of reading the paper is but its also extremely funny
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rattyexplores · 6 days ago
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Been wanting to ID this caterpillar for a very long time, but all I currently know is that it’s from the Callopistria genus (fern moths).
I’ve found this caterpillar feeding on a variety of different ferns. During the day, the caterpillar will hide in the black moss that covers the tree. At night, the caterpillar will be underneath the fern leaves.
This caterpillar has been found in Far-North Queensland, Australia.
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