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Acraga coa Jewel Caterpillar Rare animal species with a jewel

Acraga coa Jewel Caterpillar Rare animal species with a jewel

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Acraga coa (Jewel Caterpillar): Rare animal species with a jewel-like look

Jewel Caterpillar | the dancing rest - the moth it turns into

Jewel caterpillar of a dalcerid moth (Acraga coa)

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 some of the ...

Jewel caterpillar (Acraga coa), family Dalceridae

Jewel caterpillar (Acraga coa) all shiny and glassy, and the fuzzy, orange moth it turns into. From The Featured Creature: ...

Jewelled Caterpillars!!!!!!! Say what???!!! Acraga coa larva

Acraga coa moth - adult of the jewel caterpillar

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 some of the ...

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Larva de Acraga hamata, também da família Dalceridae.

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Fuzzy Jewel Moth (acraga coa), Central America. Photo: Mark Moffett

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The Jewel Caterpillar of the moth species Acraga coa.

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Jewel caterpillars at the nudibranchs of the forest.Jewel caterpillars are brightly coloured moth larvae tipped in disposable gumdrop spines.

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Darth Vader Caterpillar

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Crawling Bling: Trippy Tropical Jewel Caterpillars

Crawling Bling: Trippy Tropical Jewel Caterpillars

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Animal of the day – – The Acraga Coa

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The Caterpillar Brotherhood. Malaysia. Photo by Simon Shim

I love fuzzy Caterpillars! and this is one of my favorites!

Fuzzy Jewel This tropical jewel moth, Acraga coa, is found mostly in Central America. Jewel moths undergo a spectacular transformation: from translucent ...

Photo take in a mangrove area , found this Stoning translucent caterpillar lay on a Red Mangrove tree leaf this morning early.

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A wretched hive of scum and villainy!

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Heterocampa obliqua caterpillar on eastern red cedar.

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