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Nettle caterpillar

Parasa lepida

Description:

Approx. 2 cm

Habitat:

Found on mango leave.

Notes:

These caterpillars stung me when I picked them up to took their pics.. :(

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29 Comments (1–25)

Wilson W
Wilson W 5 years ago

Thanks Rams

rams4d
rams4d 5 years ago

Impressive, congrats !!!

Wilson W
Wilson W 6 years ago

Thanks staccyh!

staccyh
staccyh 6 years ago

great series you have here!

Caleb Steindel
Caleb Steindel 6 years ago

i just love nettles...great shot!

Wilson W
Wilson W 6 years ago

Thanks Wincent and Telse!

Telse
Telse 6 years ago

Sweet!

Wincent
Wincent 6 years ago

Cute!

Wilson W
Wilson W 6 years ago

thanks Jemma!

Hema
Hema 6 years ago

lovely! I bet very toxic!!

Wilson W
Wilson W 6 years ago

Thanks SayetnM!

Wild Things
Wild Things 6 years ago

Lovely shots Wilson!

Wilson W
Wilson W 6 years ago

Thanks bherath20!

Bhagya Herath
Bhagya Herath 6 years ago

wow beautiful...

Wilson W
Wilson W 6 years ago

Thanks Andrea Lim!

Wilson W
Wilson W 6 years ago

Thanks Adharsa B S

Andrea Lim
Andrea Lim 6 years ago

Cute but spikey critters. Good spotting Wilson!

Adarsha B S
Adarsha B S 6 years ago

Amazing spotting :)

Wilson W
Wilson W 6 years ago

Thanks LeanneGardner and Yeskay

yeskay
yeskay 6 years ago

Nice Yellow color good to see!

LeanneGardner
LeanneGardner 6 years ago

What a great spotting! Such cool looking catties. Sorry you were stung though.

Wilson W
Wilson W 6 years ago

Thanks AshlyeT and Neil Ross

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 6 years ago

Looks like a cartoon character. Great series, Wilson.

AshleyT
AshleyT 6 years ago

Very cool looking!

Wilson W
Wilson W 6 years ago

Iya,di bandung :

Wilson W
Spotted by
Wilson W

Bandung, Jawa Barat, Indonesia

Lat: -6.92, Long: 107.61

Spotted on Jun 16, 2013
Submitted on Jun 16, 2013

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