Caterpillar of Saturniidae Moth - Imgur

Caterpillar of Saturniidae Moth

chafed-elbows: “ vonmurr: “ Caterpillar of Saturniidae Moth by Marco Fisher ” my true form ” Beautiful.

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

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Spiny caterpillar

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Rothschild Silk Moth Caterpillar

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The animal kingdom is full of beautiful and mysterious processes, but there are few that are more captivating and wonderful than the metamorphoses that caterpillars undergo to become moths or butterflies.  Perhaps even more amazing than the drastic transformation is how it happens. Inside their cocoons, the caterpillars are completely liquified, retaining only rudimentary “plates” that are the starting points for important features like the wings and eyes. Despite the fact that they are…

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Cerura Vinula — 19 Colorful Caterpillars Transforming Into Beautiful Butterflies and Moths

Hickory Horned Devil Caterpillar by heysharon, Maryland: Yikes! Larval form of the Regal Moth. (Harmless) #Regal_Moth

Hickory Horned Devil Caterpillar (larval form of the Regal Moth- Harmless) by heysharon, Maryland

Art of God. Caterpillar.

Amazing nature photography by Magda Wasiczek (that is one beautiful pink caterpillar!

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)

Crawling Bling: Trippy Tropical Jewel Caterpillars | WebEcoist

Crawling Bling: Trippy Tropical Jewel Caterpillars

jewel catterpillar of the Acraga Coa moth, native to the Mexican rainforest.

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