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© Copyright 2011 Andrew Trevor-Jones
Black slug cup moth caterpillar, Doratifera casta, at Glenbrook, New South Wales, Australia.
Nikon D300, Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D, 36mm extension tube, SB-800 flash, DIY softbox
ISO200, 1/160s, f/22
cup moth, caterpillar, doratifera casta, limacodidae, 2011, insects
I have been participating in photography in one form or other since I was very young. It has been a passion that has not left me.
Most of my photographs are of natural subjects both above and below the water, with macro photography being my favourite.
I use Nikon gear and Ikelite housings.
Hey what a cool looking caterpillar Andrew! :) I might have to google this moth I’ve never seen it!
Thanks, Gabe. The caterpillar is far more interesting than the moth but not as interesting as the other cup moth caterpillars.
– Andrew Trevor-Jones
I just googled it Andrew and it looks like the moth I photographed the other day!
Certainly looks like a slug, odd little creature,j
Yeah, not as pretty as the others.
Fascinating, hungry little critter, as you say … not as pretty as the others.You have a great collection of caterpillar images !
Thanks, Trish. There are 5 or so of them on the tree in the front yard. They are quite small at the moment so I’ll hopefully get to watch them grow and maybe take some more shots.
Thanks, Ray.31 March 2011
CONGRATULATIONS on your lovely feature, great work.
Thanks very much, Andrea
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