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The geometer moths or Geometridae, are a family of the order Lepidoptera. The name refers to the larvae, or inchworms, which appear to "measure the earth" as they move in a looping fashion.

The geometer moths or Geometridae, are a family of the order Lepidoptera. The name refers to the larvae, or inchworms, which appear to "measure the earth" as they move in a looping fashion.

Virginia ctenucha.  Despite its name, this species is more commonly found in the northern United States and southern Canada than in Virginia, which represents the southern boundary of its range. The larva’s hair color may vary according to season for thermoregulation purposes, from black in the early spring (to absorb solar radiation) to yellowish in summer (to reflect the sun’s rays)

Despite its name, this species is more commonly found in the…

The unlikely colour-scheme of an unknown Cup-moth larva. Snake Hill above Lake Ballard, Western Australia.

"The unlikely colour-scheme of an unknown Cup-moth larva. Snake Hill above Lake Ballard, Western Australia.

Rups donsvlinder

Rups donsvlinder

North America's weirdest-looking caterpillar. It's the Monkey Slug (Hag Moth Larva) - Phobetron pithecium, of the family Limacodidae,  Okay, this poor thing lost the common-name-lottery in both it's life stages :-(

North America's weirdest-looking caterpillar. It's the Monkey Slug (Hag Moth Larva) - Phobetron pithecium, of the family Limacodidae, Okay, this poor thing lost the common-name-lottery in both it's life stages :-(

A furry, hairy, cuddly caterpillar (actually a larvae of Southern Flannel Moth): Megalopyge opercularis from Brazil -

A furry, hairy, cuddly caterpillar (actually a larvae of Southern Flannel Moth): Megalopyge opercularis from Brazil

Cimbicid Sawfly Caterpillar (Cimbex quadrimaculatus)

Larve de symphyte (Cimbex quadrimaculatus) Cimbicid Sawfly Larvae by Anne Sorbes

The Crowned Slug Moth or Skiff Moth (Isa textula) is a moth of the Limacodidae family. It is found from Minnesota, southern Ontario and Massachusetts to Florida and Mississippi. The larvae feed on the leaves of various trees, including oak, cherry, maple, basswood, elm and beech. Early instars leave zigzagging tracks in the underside of leaves. They are pale green and flattened and have lobes with stinging spines and additional stinging hairs which run down the back

Slug moth caterpillar - see more beautiful insects from North America

cough into my open mouth, lindsay-irene: Dragon-headed caterpillar ayy this...

iguanamouth: “ lindsay-irene: “Dragon-headed caterpillar ” ayy this is ( most likely ) the caterpillar of the jeweled nawab butterfly ! the adult form isnt as exciting as the lil dragon look a like (.

Citheronia laocoon

Citheronia laocoon

Automeris dagmarae (Saturniidae) menjant Platymiscium pinnatum

Automeris dagmarae (Saturniidae) menjant Platymiscium pinnatum

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