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Would love to know more about this guy
Any update on the ID of this beauty Sergio?
No yunseong1, they are rigid but not sharp.
Wow amazing spotting.Are those spikes sharp?
Finally! Hope you'll know it soon! Will the moths have 'pom-pom' too? :D
This is truly one very incredible spotting, new species or not !
I want to see the moth too!
Would love to see the moth!
Recently I found another of these caterpillars, which I took to the local university's biologsts. It pupated and, after it was born, it was prepared for studies. Soon I must get an ID. According to the people at the University, it is NOT a new species, but it is the first time that they could see this moth's imature phase.
Wow, just wow!
I would call this the Pom-Pom caterpillar. Keep up the amazement!
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They are a part of it, Ursula.
Beautiful! Are those yellow things just some stuff on it or a part of it?
wow, parece de goma es genial¡¡¡
Hehe, não espalha, Sckel... :-)
Essa magnifica lagarta de pompons causou frisson no FB. Eu ainda suspeito que isso é o elástico de amarra cabelo da sua sobrinha.
Extremely gorgeous caterpillar! It's just, Splendid! It gotta be a new species :D
it sure does look like a new species. but here's a chart anyway to help ID ithttp://www.buzzle.com/articles/caterpill...
Parabéns Sérgio! Vai pensando em um nome para ela, quem sabe Sergiculus Noahvensis.Abraços
love the blog and this is one of my very favorites.
I see you are pretty skilled at arts and crafts, Sergio!
Thank you so much, folks, for your kind comments. I promise I'll try to know more about this beauty.
Wow! Congrats Sergio!
truly bizarre, great spot and well deserved congratulations
Lat: -25.48, Long: -49.29
Spotted on Oct 22, 2012 Submitted on Oct 22, 2012
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