Does anyone know what is this thing?

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    • #732
      anunnaki12th
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      Does anyone know what is this thing tha showed up in my house yesterday? It’s like a cartepilar or something, but is too weird, I’ve never seen something like it…

      Here are the photos:

      I’m waiting an answer….

      Thanks….

    • #21453
      biostudent84
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      Insect Images is a non-profit organization. They are located at http://www.insectimages.org

      If you send the photos by mail to them, I am sure they will identify it for you. I took the liberty of searching their site, and could not find anything that looked remotely like your specimin.

      Kyle

    • #21493
      Inuyasha
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      The picture is kinda of blurry, could u talk another picture???

    • #21518
      James
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      I took the liberty of searching their site, and could not find anything that looked remotely like your specimin

      hmm, perhaps a new species! 😀

    • #21917
      defensivor
      Participant

      As a caracteristic, this is the cuterpilar. Did you see the ventral view? if you saw Chochet (the bottom with black teeth around) …this will be a beatiful buttefie in the future

    • #21918
      defensivor
      Participant

      haha that would be possible ” a new species” but normally to identified the butterfies we use the adult one. You just look after it then when it become the butterfy you will know…perhavs you can name it 🙂

    • #22046
      Tamsicle
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      I can’t really make out how big the picture is because there are no objects in focus to base a comparison on, but I’m assuming it’s a caterpillar. It looks similar to a ‘spitfire’ caterpillar that we have in Australia…

    • #22267
      DocTaxon
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      @ annunaki12th

      Do you can say me, how long was this caterpillar und were did you take this photo?

      Thanks, Martin

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