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  1. The Caterpillar

    The Caterpillar

    Taken with Fujifilm XT1 + Fujinon 60 mm. F2.4, ISO 200, 1/125
  2. Vimes

    Your opinion? Crumpled caterpillar

    That little dude first looked like a part of the tree until it enfolded. Fujifilm X-T3 Laowa 65mm f16 (I think) 1/250s iso200 or 400 speedlight with diffuser
  3. Caterpillar in the Capsicum

    Caterpillar in the Capsicum

    Happiness is finding a caterpillar in your Capsicum. I know people might laugh. But if you are a macro fan. It can make your day . 90mm f/5.6 ISO 200. Camera Canon 7D. Lens: 90mm f/2.8 MACRO 1:1
  4. Nadia J

    Your opinion? Eastern Swallowtail Caterpillar

    This caterpillar is currently in the process of becoming a chrysalis. I hope it successfully transforms into the imago, but it will need to overwinter so we won't know until next Spring. Taking name suggestions :) Olympus TG-6 ~ f/14 ~1/100sec ISO-100 ~ flash fired
  5. Helix_2648

    Your opinion? Caterpillar (Phragmatobia fuliginosa)

    Hi together, this one is some weeks old but I was really happy to find this interesting looking caterpillar. What do you think? Have fun! Jörg
  6. Helix_2648

    Your opinion? Caterpillar (Tenthredo scrophulariae)

    It was about 9pm and the sun had already set... it was nearly totally dark but I was able to spot this caterpillar with my flashlight. Hopefully you like it!

    Your opinion? Beautiful Caterpillar

  8. Paul Iddon

    Your opinion? Elephant Hawk Moth caterpillar

    Elephant Hawk Moth caterpillars are huge! This one reached a good four inches or more! But what a lovely beast! 1/160sec, ISO 160, f/11. &)D & Venus 2:1 lens Enjoy. Paul.
  9. MinoltaMan

    Your opinion? caterpillar and mushrooms

    shot this little guy with a sony A7ii, minolta auto bellows and minolta SR mount 135mm f4 bellows lens
  10. Shan

    Your opinion? Common Jay caterpillar

    Born a couple of hours ago i guess.... Isnt this cute? f
  11. D

    Your opinion? Caterpillar

  12. D

    Your opinion? Caterpillar

  13. D

    Your opinion? Just a caterpillar

  14. Shan

    Your opinion? Cat of Colotis amata

    Please observe this picture. These cats have just changed instars. Hence the exuvia is lying there. The exuvia is a high protein food source for these butterfly cats, and would be consumed as soon the caterpillar is mobile. (it takes a little time for the exoskeleton to dry up, and the cat is...
  15. Greg Shchepanek

    Your opinion? Moth Caterpillars as well?

    Hickory Tussock Moth Larva (Lophocampa caryae) Lac Saint-François National Wildlife Area, Quebec, Canada. Ramsar site no. 361. Panasonic DMC-ZS20 • ƒ/3.3 4.3 mm 1/60 100 Flash (auto, did not fire)
  16. S

    Your opinion? Caterpillar with rain drops....

    This shot was taken during last rain. Any feedback/comments/critiques welcome. Thanks n regards,
  17. JeroenvW

    Your opinion? Little caterpillar

  18. Greg Shchepanek

    Your opinion? Monarchs & Milkweed: They need each other and we need them.

    A Common Milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) Roadside Story: Monarch Larva (Danaus plexippus) Alleyn-et-Cawood, Québec, Canada: It's a story that plays out From Canada to Mexico each year and is loverly to document with your cameras.
  19. C

    Your opinion? Caterpillar