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Brussels Lace Moth Caterpillar

By Cowser
The Brussels Lace Moth, widely distributed in Scotland, is , as far as I am aware, less common elsewhere in the U.K.
It's a slide copy from a few years back possibly taken with an Olympus OM2n with a 135mm lens.
This particular moth inhabits woodlands feeds, not on foliage and plant shoots, but on lichens.

Tags: Wildlife and nature Moth caterpillar

Voters: DaveRyder, Chinga, mike9005 and 3 more

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Chinga 10 3 2 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2020 12:47PM
Beautifully camouflaged,
Isabel GrinGrin
banehawi Plus
17 2.5k 4253 Canada
18 Nov 2020 8:39PM
So well camouflaged I cant see it!

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