Say HALLO to my little friend

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UploadedApril 24, 2008
TakenAugust 23, 2005
Exposure5/206 sec at f/4
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length8.9 mm
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Stinging Rose Caterpillar Moth (Parasa indetermina)

The black-tipped spines on the elongate body wall projections have poison glands at their bases. Venom enters the skin of humans or animals when the caterpillars are touched and the tips of the spines break off. The caterpillars are said to be capable of producing skin irritation similar to that produced by saddleback caterpillar, which is considered among the most severe urticating caterpillars in North America. Specialized irritating spines, called caltrop spines, are present on the lateral horns of several segments.

14 responses

  • Igor Makletsov

    Igor Makletsov said (24 Apr 2008):

    Hello! But what (or who) is this? :))

  • Lizzie Morrison

    Lizzie Morrison said (24 Apr 2008):

    i wish i knew, but i have no clue.

  • Joshua Blankman

    Joshua Blankman gave props (24 Apr 2008):

    Awwww I think it's cute :-) Looks like an Armond to me... maybe Ariel? I dunno boy or girl :-P But whatever it is, it's cute to me :-)

  • Ratko Nedovic

    Ratko Nedovic gave props (24 Apr 2008):

    Great shot.

  • Capt.Balakrishnan

    Capt.Balakrishnan said (24 Apr 2008):

    Wonderful shot

  • Portia Söderberg

    Portia Söderberg (Deleted) gave props (24 Apr 2008):

    really nice colors!

  • Lizzie Morrison

    Lizzie Morrison said (25 Apr 2008):

    thanks everyone, if anyone wants to chime in on what it is that would be great! I found it on my parents picnic table, and looking back i wish i would have kept it. lol

  • Paul G. Swanson

    Paul G. Swanson gave props (25 Apr 2008):

    whoa thats wild lookin, love the color of it....=]

  • Trish Meyer

    Trish Meyer (Deleted) said (2 May 2008):

    What an amazing looking creature! Maybe Google "Bug Eric" for identification.

  • Lizzie Morrison

    Lizzie Morrison said (5 May 2008):

    Thanks for the link, it was identified!
    Stinging Rose Caterpillar Moth (Parasa indetermina)

  • Lizzie Morrison

    Lizzie Morrison said (5 May 2008):

    So glad i didn't touch it!

  • Kaki J. Luitjens

    Kaki J. Luitjens said (9 May 2008):

    Wow, sure is colorful! Neat pic!

  • Warren ~Mangione~

    Warren ~Mangione~ gave props (10 Jul 2008):

    Yikes! Awesome creature....good shot.

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