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|After a walk yesterday, which proved very fruitful in finding six species of butterflies in about 20 minutes, I found these little caterpillars which are not so common around here.|
The caterpillar of the Cinnabar Moth, common in meadows and coasts, feeds on the ragwort ( a plant that is dangerous to livestock, so is not so common where there are horses and livestock) and usually found in small groups.
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