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    • Alpha

      *Beautiful Insects* This amazingly fierce-looking caterpillar is the larva of the Wattle Cup Moth (Calcarifera ordinata) which is widespread in northern Australia. It undergoes a remarkable transformation from being a brightly colored caterpillar to a dull cream colored moth.

    • Sherry Peterson

      Wattle Cup Caterpillar This will one day be a butterfly. The colors will not be the same. It is still beautiful. It will turn into a moth. Thewitchescircle

    • Joan Larson Blalock

      The wattle cup caterpillar (Calcarifera ordinata). The wattle cup caterpillar (Calcarifera ordinata). These brightly colored caterpillars are common throughout northern Australia. They have four large spikes protruding from them, each of which carries a painful sting. Image by Cassandre Veillette

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