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Key to the southern African caterpillars with flattened spines

Key created by Beetledude and fine-tuned for iNat by Karoopixie

Cabbage Tree Emperor photo by kobie


Preliminaries:

  • » Only 1: Only 3rd to 5th instar caterpillars. Younger instars look differently.
  • » Only 2: DORSALLY FLATTENED SPINES ONLY.
  • » Only 3: Only tribe Bunaeini (this came by itself).

Posted on May 10, 2018 01:27 PM by karoopixie karoopixie | 2 comments | Leave a comment

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A parade of pillars down the cat-walk ;-)

A showcase of the southern African Lepi babies. I have found this very useful for IDs, and maybe you will too. Many USEFUL LINKS below!

Our moth fauna is very poorly recorded and a good way of expanding our knowledge (and having fun at the same time) is to rear caterpillars through to adulthood. If you are not yet a member of the ...more ↓

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