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Caterpillargator.  *g* The green instar of the Hawk Moth (Eupanacra elegantulus) caterpillar. Amazing mimicry.

hawk moth caterpillar Here's an example of mind-blowing mimicry: this is the caterpillar of the Hawk Moth Eupanacra elegantulus which has decided to forgo the typical larval appearance of caterpillars for that of a more sinister snake-like form

Brazilian treehopper

Awesome creature Treehoppers are truly awesome creatures:Cladonota Inflatus

Lobster Moth Caterpillar (Stauropus sp., Notodontidae)

Early (probably second) instar Lobster Moth Caterpillar (Stauropus sp., Notodontidae) The Lobster Moth is in itself an unremarkable fluffy Lepidopteran you might not look twice at. Its larvae however.

Gumtree Bizarre Lopper Moth - Anisozyga metaspila caterpillar- Family Geometridae

Gumtree Bizarre Lopper Moth - Anisozyga metaspila caterpillar- Family Geometridae by leila

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The saddleback moth caterpillar, Sibine stimuli - Stinging Caterpillars of the United States

Caterpillar mimics snake

The /Hemeroplanes triptolemus/ caterpillar, which lives in Mexico, Central and South America. The snake head is formed by the underside (ventral surface) of the caterpillar’s head. Photo by Carolina Gutiérrez C.

Stinging flag moth caterpillars, Manú National Park, Peru.

Multiples together - interesting and colour is really opulent Stinging flag moth caterpillars, Manú National Park, Peru.

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