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1 2 Bagworm

Bagworm

by spreehaMumbai, Maharashtra, India

0 2 Common Leaf Case Moth

Common Leaf Case Moth

by Christiane4671, Queensland, Australia

1 0 Leaf Case Moth

Leaf Case Moth

by StephenSolomonsGosford, New South Wales, Australia

4 7 Leaf Case Moth or Leaf Bagworm

Leaf Case Moth or Leaf Bagworm

by LeanneGardnerMackay, Queensland, Australia

Sclerophyll forest near coastal creek. I'm sure it was a young Eucalyptus I saw ...

1 0 Common leaf case moth

Common leaf case moth

by Leuba3178, Victoria, Australia

About 10mm long, this case moth's leafy home was seen on a eucalyptus leaf. It ...

6 9 Leaf casemoth

Leaf casemoth

by martinlMelbourne, Victoria, Australia

This case-moth (Psychidae) is using ti-tree leaves as a shelter and camouflage. ...

2 0 Full leaf casemoth

Full leaf casemoth

by Mark Ridgway

A large casemoth utilising whole acacia leaves. About 120mm long.

4 3 Leaf case Moth larva

Leaf case Moth larva

by Leuba RidgwayVictoria, Australia

This larva, with a mottled head and thoracic segments was encased in a silken ...

1 4 bagworm

bagworm

by LilianaCampuzano-AriasFlorida, USA

It construct cases out of silk and environmental materials such as sand, soil, ...

39 37 Leaf Case Moth

Leaf Case Moth

by Mark RidgwayVictoria, Australia

Case moth larva about 15mm tall; not moving; apparently glued in place by silk ...

3 0 Bagworm moth (1)

Bagworm moth (1)

by SckelCariacica, ES, Brazil

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