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Fantastic silver color pulp and caterpillar. There is a 3 day interval between this pictures.
Thanks Pablo. They have this color for just 2 or 3 days, then change to brown/black.
Great job Ruben! is incredible how the Chrysalis can have such an incredible silver coloration!
Qué larva tan hermosa!!!
Thanks for the comments Mayra, Michael, Dan, Noel and Jakubko.
Wow! Total glittering silver! I love all the photos, really nice job.
Beautiful! Thank you very much for the update!
And here comes the butterfly from this pulp, in the last picture. It was born yesterday.
It´s about 1,5cm long.
Very surreal. I never knew nature could get that...chrome-y...
What a beautiful chrysalis!
How amazing is that!? Great spot!
Wowww:: sin palabras::oro
super spot, how big is it?
Wow!! Looks like something from Alien..
absolutely, awesome !
Wow, this is awesome !!!
Imposssssiiiiibbbblllleeeee!!!! :O this is awesome!!!
that thing... looks like a prop that came straight off a sci-fi set!
Wow! Nature is just so beautiful :)
Amazing Rubens! Lovely spotting and pictures. I wonder if many other animals can resamble metal in this way...quite fantastic, so silver like... =)
Lat: -23.10, Long: -45.64
Spotted on Nov 10, 2012 Submitted on Nov 10, 2012
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