19 Before And After Photos Of Butterfly And Moth Transformations

19 Before And After Photos Of Butterfly And Moth Transformations

Southern Flannel Moth ~~ His legs look like a tarantulas legs.I would freak if this ever landed on or even near me.I dont care if he doesn't bite, I wouldnt want it even close to me.but I can admire his furry "beauty" from afar ~~

This fluffy lil’ guy is a Black-Waved Flannel moth.

This fluffy lil’ guy is the adorable Black-Waved Flannel moth.

This particular caterpillar was found at Posada Amazonas lodge in Tambopata, Peru, and it’s almost a fully grown caterpillar belonging to the family Megalopygidae, also collectively known as Flannel Moths.

The Flannel Moth Caterpillar -Megalopygidae Caterpillar- is one of the most venemous puss caterpilar in the United States. It is found in New Jersey to Florida and west to Arkansas and Texas but other species vary from South America to Africa.

Stinging Flannel Moth Caterpillar (megalopyge lanata), Ecuador | Andreas Kay

thebuggeek: “insectlove: “ malformalady: Stinging Flannel Moth (Megalopyge lanata), photographed in Costa Rica. Photo credit: Andreas Kay ” It looks like it’s made from the lime/cream-cheese jello.

Massive Flannel Moth Caterpillar is fabulous!

10 Weirdest Looking Insects

This is a Megalopyge opercularis, or flannel moth caterpillar. It was spotted by photographer Jeff Cremer and biologist Phil Torres in the Peruvian rainforest.

Megalopyge opercularis by Patrick Coin, wikipedia: The adult form of the Puss Caterpillar. http://pinterest.com/pin/2814818487091716/  #Puss_Caterpillar #Southern_Flannel_Moth

Here, kitty, kitty, kitty

Southern flannel moth, Megalopyge opercularis, male in Durham County, North Carolina by Patrick Coin

https://flic.kr/p/HHfEni | Flannel moth, Megalopygidae | from Ecuador: www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums

https://flic.kr/p/HHfEni | Flannel moth, Megalopygidae | from Ecuador: www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums

https://flic.kr/p/Dqiud6 | Stinging Flannel Moth Caterpillar, Megalopygidae | from Ecuador: www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums

https://flic.kr/p/Dqiud6 | Stinging Flannel Moth Caterpillar, Megalopygidae | from Ecuador: www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums

A furry, hairy, cuddly caterpillar (actually a larvae of Southern Flannel Moth): Megalopyge opercularis from Brazil -

A furry, hairy, cuddly caterpillar (actually a larvae of Southern Flannel Moth): Megalopyge opercularis from Brazil

Flannel Moth

magicspells: bugkiss: Black-waved Flannel Moth - Megalopyge crispata so cute

Flannel Moth Caterpillar

From Dangerous Fluff to Bunny Stuff: The Black-waved Flannel Moth's Bizarre Transformation : The Featured Creature

The animal kingdom is full of beautiful and mysterious processes, but there are few that are more captivating and wonderful than the metamorphoses that caterpillars undergo to become moths or butterflies.  Perhaps even more amazing than the drastic transformation is how it happens. Inside their cocoons, the caterpillars are completely liquified, retaining only rudimentary “plates” that are the starting points for important features like the wings and eyes. Despite the fact that they are…

19 Before And After Photos Of Butterfly And Moth Transformations

Clicl here to see the amazing transformation of caterpillars turning into butterflies and moths. These are closeup pictures of caterpillars turning into moths and butterflies.

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