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Caterpillars and eggs

Description:

A group of caterpillars with about 3 mm, seem to have left their eggs lately.

Notes:

Host plant: avocado

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8 Comments

Sckel
Sckel 8 years ago

Oh, thanks, you're cute. I make pictures in the morning and only when the sun is shining outside. This helps compact camera to make images sharper. And in the morning is that insects and butterflies go crazy. A professional camera facilitates our work. I really want to have one. You are doing a good job with their compact. We are here because we love nature, I suppose, more than a stunning close-up. ;)

RiekoS
RiekoS 8 years ago

My camera is also small compact and I cannot shoot beautiful close-ups like other PN photographers do. Not only that, I dropped my camera in the water stream and now it works only partially. Your picture is just perfect with nice background. I like different colors of the eggs/shells with some hairs on the right side of the picture. Very interesting. Good eyes!

Sckel
Sckel 8 years ago

Thanks Riekos. Seem small multi colored shells when the sun shines directly on them. I could not expand anymore because my camera does not have this power. Thanks Telse.

RiekoS
RiekoS 8 years ago

I love your first picture. Nice eggs, or shells (?)

Telse
Telse 8 years ago

Kewl pics. Sckel!

Sckel
Sckel 8 years ago

I also had never seen it, Lauren. It is very small, was hidden. These small caterpillars will grow. I think I can say goodbye to my avocado. Thanks my friend, Adarsha.

LaurenZarate
LaurenZarate 8 years ago

Neat spotting! I never saw eggs lined up on the edge of a leaf before!

Adarsha B S
Adarsha B S 8 years ago

Fantastic Landscape i can call it as :P

Sckel
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Cariacica, Espírito Santo, Brazil

Spotted on Jul 30, 2013
Submitted on Jul 30, 2013

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