A photography blog that focus on Pakistan natural beauty, people, culture heritage, customs and traditions, historical places, travel destinations, wildlife: flora and fauna.
Those shots are amazing. I'm going to show them to my granddaughter.
WOW!!!! These are very nice photos. what kind of lens did you use? =) i linked your blog entry in my plurk so my friends could view your very nice photos! http://livesandworldsthroughlens.blogspot.com/
Hi Tricia!Thank you very much for your nice words and appreciation.
Hi Anj!Thanks for liking my photos. I'm using two lower quality cameras i.e. Fujifilm finepix F-20 and Sony cyber-shot DSC-T9.These photos are taken with Sony cyber-shot DSC-T9 camera. Once again thanks for your nice words and linking my blog.Regards
whooo.... freakin hell. those are cool. hey, do u live in malaysia?
Cabbage looper, I think - pest.Love the photos!
This caterpillar is belong to the Noctuidae family, probably to the Plusiinae subfamily which include a few genus's which have similar looking larvae.The best way to know is to rear the caterpillar to adult and then trying to ID. Some time the result can surprising.
Thanks Thirsty and Amir for the comment and identification help. Now I will Google for more information.
what butterfly/moth would this caterpillar turn into?
Thanks Jessica for you visit and query! I'm so sorry for not responding sooner.The first 4 pics are most probably of cabbage looper moth cats and the 5th and 6th pics are of vine hawk-moth cats.
Post a Comment