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25 Jul 2013 1:55PM
we have these at the allotment now ...
will come later to see if someone has I.D'd them

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KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
25 Jul 2013 2:44PM
At first glance I thought the Buff-Tip moth caterpillars (they are poisonous and have an unpleasant smell!). I'm not sure if they have enough black on them though...............hopefully someone more knowledgeable will be along soon!! Smile

I really like how you've isolated and captured them!
Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
25 Jul 2013 2:46PM
No ID from South Africa Jacky Smile Interesting photo !!
25 Jul 2013 2:48PM
Amazing image, sorry cannot ID them
Regards Brian
TonyDy Plus
7 5 2 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2013 3:01PM
Great shot Jacky but can't find them in any of my ID books, sorry.
Tony
25 Jul 2013 3:46PM
Nice cluster and great colour................sorry no idea as to the ID..........GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Irishkate Plus
5 38 98 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2013 3:50PM
What an unusual collection!
Maybe they'll all be beautiful butterflies soon.
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Nikonuser1 Plus
4 56 13 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2013 4:00PM
A nice image, no idea what they are JackySmile


Cliff
wow great shot lots of them. christineGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Ade_Osman 13 4.5k 36 England
25 Jul 2013 4:35PM
I'm with Karen in saying they're Buff-tip moth larvae, probably judging by the size 4th or 5th instar (moult). Good find.....

Ade
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
25 Jul 2013 5:03PM
Fascinating Smile Carol
Quoise Plus
3 726 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2013 5:23PM
Almost looks they have formed the shape of a map of Africa, well spotted and takenSmile
LynneJoyce Plus
8 20 99 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2013 6:03PM
Super capture of this huge group.

Not sure of the species but I think the collective noun for this bunch should be A Wriggle!
richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
25 Jul 2013 6:29PM
Theres only room for 6 more!! Great colour and detail in this fine image Jacky!!
myrab 10 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2013 6:33PM
Oh my goodness Jacky,
Quite frightening.

Myra

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