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Description:

About 2 inch long. Lighy brown with some moss on its body. Moves very slow and remain stationaery most of the time.

Habitat:

Secondary forest on a 469 meter hill.

Notes:

Found on an old bamboo that has fallen.


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1 Comment

Paul Davis
Paul Davis a year ago

I think it may be the larva of a Bagworm moth , they cover themselves in leaves and twigs for camouflage.

bob5
Spotted by
bob5

Betong, Sarawak, Malaysia

Lat: 1.23, Long: 111.79

Spotted on Nov 25, 2018
Submitted on Nov 26, 2018

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