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Chamomile Shark!

Observed: 27th June 2012 By: The Reremouse
Black Country and Staffordshire NaturalistsBrumBats - Birmingham and Black Country Bat GroupInvertebrate Challenge
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Species with which Chamomile Shark (Cucullia chamomillae) interacts

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Is that a daisy or an oxeye, just to give an idea of size.

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Oh, now you're asking - non

Oh, now you're asking - non botanist I'm afraid, and its neither - on the coast, sort of a large chamomile-looking thing, closer to ox-eye daisy in size. :-)

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Looking at photos of

Looking at photos of chamomile shark caterpillars, they seem to be very variable in colour!!

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