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Asota Plana Caterpillar

Asota Plana


Each caterpillar was about four inches long, and an inch in width. Along the body of the caterpillar was covered in long hairs about a centimeter long. The head of the caterpillar was a shiny black with a strip of red behind the head. The rest of the body was covered in a pattern of alternating thicker black stripes and then a thinner white stripe.


I found these caterpillars resting in the sun on a leaf, in the Singapore American School's secondary rainforest. I also found other caterpillars near by on the undersides of leaves.


I found these caterpillars, and well as others on neighbouring leaves around noon.

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Singapore American School
Spotted by a student at Singapore American School


Lat: 1.43, Long: 103.78

Spotted on Feb 10, 2015
Submitted on Mar 12, 2015

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