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Posted by Richard Conniff on October 10, 2012
It’s the caterpillar of the imperial fruit sucking moth (Pyllodes imperialis) in northern Queensland, Australia. But it looks more like something Ridley Scott dreamed up for “Alien,” then discarded as just a little too creepy.
This entry was posted on October 10, 2012 at 4:58 pm and is filed under Biodiversity, Cool Tools.
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I think it’s cute.
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