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Jewel caterpillar

Acraga sp


Organism found in a guava tree. Near a sugar cane cultivation

1 species ID suggestions

bayucca 5 years ago
Acraga sp.


MayraSpringmann 5 years ago


Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 5 years ago

Green ones white ones and now a yellow one. Amazing. Well done.

dandoucette 5 years ago

Nice Norieth! I'm glad to see you take this one from you FB album and post it to Noah. Very cool spotting!

NoriethAlejandra 5 years ago

I would have loved to have seen! Thanks :)

bayucca 5 years ago

Moth. Zygaenoidea, Dalceridae. Some connections with Lymantriidae.

NoriethAlejandra 5 years ago

Thanks Bayuca .. It is the larva of a butterfly or a moth?

bayucca 5 years ago

No, not Coa, this one is white and red. Most of these Dalceridae are unidentified. I think it is an Acraga sp., but I am not 100% sure (only 96%).

Hema Shah
Hema Shah 5 years ago

Could it be "Acraga coa", jewel caterpillar?

Pereira, Risaralda, Colombia

Lat: 4.81, Long: -75.69

Spotted on May 20, 2012
Submitted on May 27, 2012

Spotted for mission

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