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Saddle-back Catepiller


Saddle-back Catepiller
Photo Information
Copyright: Ray Smith (SmithDRay) (48)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2014-09-13
Categories: Insects
Exposure: f/32, 1/60 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Date Submitted: 2014-09-22 21:39
Viewed: 1175
Points: 8
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Saddle-back Catepillar which will turn to a moth. Strange looking, huh.
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excellent image of unique caterpillar. good work. keep it up.

Hello Ray- What an amazing caterpillar. Quite well captured with its natural colour. I like its natural habitat too. Thanks for sharing. Regards- Srikumar

Hello Ray

Nice shot on this rare caterpilar, splendid sharpness.\, fine details, nice natural green leaf BG. Thanks for sharing.

Rgds

Nikos

Hello Ray,
What an unusual looking caterpillar you have presented to us. The tiny Saddleback is in a league all it's own due to it's unique features and stinging ability. I have heard it's sting is similar to that of a bee.
I love the contrasting colors and all those many hollow spines which seem to protrude from all over it's body. The only little nit I see is focus seems to be just the tiniest bit soft, although still a wonderful shot.
Ron

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