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    IO MOTH CATERPILLAR This large caterpillar becomes a moth of the Saturniidae family. It is found from Mexico to Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador.

    Chinese comet moth

    Phyllodes imperialis caterpillar

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    Deathhead Hawk Moth Caterpillar

    The Saddleback Caterpillar (Acharia stimulea) looks like a colorful cross between a Chinese parade dragon and a Scottish terrier. It's the larva of the Saddleback Caterpillar Moth and is native to eastern North America. Its spikes, called "urticating hairs," are full of venom and deliver a painful sting.

    Brahmaea Hearseyi (Brahman moth) : Amazing reptiles and amphibians photographed by Igor Siwanowicz

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    Metallic Wasp...amazing bug with the emerald green colors often seen in the tiny miracles of the created world, especially among insects. Detail of the feathery looking antenna associated with moths gives a unique photo! -DdO:)

    Giant Peacock Moth (Saturnia Pyri) Caterpillar

    Sunset Moth ♥♥ a day-flying moth

    Hickory Horned Devil caterpillar photo by `Blepharopsis blepharopsis.devi...

    Lilly moth

    Poodle moth

    Calleta silk moth caterpillar

    CREATONOTOS GANGIS (The hairy appendages are the everted coremata (male scent organs) used during courtship to release pheromones) Noctuidae, Arctiinae, Arctiini ©Darren5907 Creatonotos gangis is a species of arctiid moth found in South East Asia and Australia. Adult males secrete the pheromone hydroxydanaidal in order to attract mates. The amount produced, and the size of the coremata (scent organs) which produce it, are however dependent on the diet that the moth experienced as a caterpillar.

    Atlas moth - so cool!!

    This is the caterpillar form of the moth Calcarifera ordinata, also known as the wattle cup caterpillar. They're found throughout northern Australia, south to Geraldton, Alice Springs and Brisbane. The adults are creamy brown with lines of brown dots on the forewings, and have a wingspan of about 30mm. The caterpillar has an incredibly painful sting, which is described as "worse than three wasp stings".