Saturniidae caterpillar

A spectacular Saturniidae Moth caterpillar. Isn't he amazing! ~~ This is certainly the "prettiest" bug, or insect, or whatever class this falls into. Certainly quite colorful thats for sure!

Le monde des animaux est empli de phénomènes splendides et mystérieux, mais rares sont ceux qui sont plus fascinants et merveilleux que la métamorphose d’une chenille en un papillon de jour ou de nuit. Et rien n’est plus merveilleux que la manière stupéfiante dont cette métamorphose radicale se produit. Dans son cocon, la chenille est

19 photos de papillons de jour et de nuit, avant et après leur métamorphose.

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Crawling Bling - Chenille ressemblant à un bijou  - Trippy Tropical Jewel Caterpillars | WebEcoist

Crawling Bling: Trippy Tropical Jewel Caterpillars

Not much is known about so-called Jewel Caterpillars of the genus Dalceridae but one thing’s certain: this group of 84 moth species includes.

Caterpillar and chrysalis. Plate from ‘A Catalogue of the Lepidopterous Insects in the Museum of the Hon. East-India Company.’ By Thomas Hor...

Caterpillar and chrysalis. Plate from ‘A Catalogue of the Lepidopterous Insects in the Museum of the Hon.’ By Thomas Horsfield and Frederic Moore. Published 1857 by W. Allen and.

19 photos de papillons de jour et de nuit, avant et après leur métamorphose.

19 photos de papillons de jour et de nuit, avant et après leur métamorphose.

Behold the Spun Glass Caterpillar - a real life crystal creature. Pupal stage of the Spun Glass Slug Moth (Isochaetes beutenmuelleri). They are very nearly transparent, and covered in spiny hairs containing poison that can cause dermatitis.

A bird's-eye view of a Stinging Nettle Slug Caterpillar (Cup Moth, Limacodidae) "Optimus Prime"   Pu'er, Yunnan

a bird's-eye view of a Stinging Nettle Slug Caterpillar (Cup Moth, Limacodidae) "Optimus Prime" Pu'er, Yunnan, China

Caterpillar of saturniidae moth, the family Saturniidae, commonly known as saturniids, by most measures include the largest species of moths. They are a family of Lepidoptera, with an estimated 2,300 described species worldwide. The Saturniidae include such Lepidoptera as the giant silkmoths, royal moths and emperor moths. (wiki)

Unusual and brilliantly coloured, like a creature from another planet - the saturniidae moth as a caterpillar by Marco Fisher.

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

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