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_MG_0403 moth

Observed: 30th July 2011 By: miked
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_MG_0403
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Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Swallow-tailed Moth (Ourapteryx sambucaria) interacts

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MG 0403 Moth

Swallowtailed Moth, one of the Geometer, Caterpillars are sometimes called Loopers ( or U.S.A _ Inch-worm); because of the way they move through having reduced numbers of pro-legs. The larvae are also have cryptic colouration often very thin + protruberances which cause them to appear twig like when motionless. Brock.

Brock

GrizzledBadger's picture

MG 0403 Moth

Swallowtailed Moth, one of the Geometer, Caterpillars are sometimes called Loopers ( or U.S.A _ Inch-worm); because of the way they move through having reduced numbers of pro-legs. The larvae are also have cryptic colouration often very thin + protruberances which cause them to appear twig like when motionless. Brock.

Brock