Hickory Horned Devil | Royal Walnut Moth (Citheronia regalis)

The Colorful and Intimidating Hickory Horned Devil Caterpillar (Citheronia regalis) Pics)

marbled orb weaver

marbled orb weaver - spiders fascinate me - I don't like closeups of them but what they do - the spinning process - is amazing!

Spike, the Hickory Horned Devil caterpillar, was found by Logan Darland, 9, in the front yard of his house in July 2004 in Kentucky. The caterpillar is the larva of the Royal Walnut Moth, also known as the Regal Moth.

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'Spike, the Hickory Horned Devil caterpillar, was found by Logan Darland, in the front yard of his house in July 2004 in Kentucky. The caterpillar is the larva of the Royal Walnut Moth, also known as the Regal Moth.

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Hickory Horned Devil caterpillar found near Greenville, SC that will one day become a massive Regal Moth, which is bright orange with yellow spots.

Treehopper (Umbelligerus) -- way cool head thingy (scientific term)

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Four Spotted Cup Moth Caterpillar (Doratifera quadriguttata), spotted by Steve A in Nowra New South Wales, Australia

~Four Spotted Cup Moth Caterpillar (Doratifera quadriguttata), spotted by Steve A in Nowra New South Wales, Australia~

Gumtree Bizarre Lopper Moth - Anisozyga metaspila caterpillar- Family Geometridae

Gumtree Bizarre Lopper Moth - Anisozyga metaspila caterpillar- Family Geometridae by leila

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Extremely detailed macro photos of the most amazing insects! Let's see these amazing photos!

Hickory horned devil - Citheronia regalis by Colin Hutton Photography,

Hickory horned devil Caterpillar - Citheronia regalis by Colin Hutton Photography,

"Rooster tail cicada." Photo by Campbell Plowden

"Rooster tail cicada" Photo by Campbell Plowden. But this is a Lystra lanata, a planthopper in the family Fulgoridae.

Euphobetron aquapennis,limacodidae  euphobetron

Tinolius eburneigutta, caterpillar of the moth Euphobetron aquapennis a member of Underwing, Tiger, and Tussock Moths and Allies

Lobster Moth Caterpillar (Stauropus sp., Notodontidae)

Early (probably second) instar Lobster Moth Caterpillar (Stauropus sp., Notodontidae) The Lobster Moth is in itself an unremarkable fluffy Lepidopteran you might not look twice at. Its larvae however.

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