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Looks like a Hawk Moth Caterpillar. Regurgitates an odorless green liquid with bits of leaves inside. Please help me identify this beautiful Caterpillar.


Eats and lives on a Grape vine in my garden.


Is this regurgitated liquid toxic? I think it is as the liquid is odorless but I would like someone to just confirm if this is true or not. Thanks!

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Uncle Minty
Uncle Minty 10 years ago

Yeah, they are pretty awesome!

Stian Waaler
Stian Waaler 10 years ago

Nice picture.... That a very cool catepillar, but i have no idea what kind it is... We don't have that cool catepillars here, i wish we had ;-)

Uncle Minty
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Uncle Minty

4565, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Nov 21, 2011
Submitted on Nov 21, 2011

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