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  1. Spiders and Inverts
    Gorgeous L1-3 Atlas Caterpillars. Pm me if you want to order gen 2.
  2. Spiders and Inverts
    I've been raising some puss moth caterpillars. They have just started to pupate. The care sheet I have been using says to put the pupae into a cold shed or fridge until next April. That seems a long time? I'm hesitant to put them in the fridge (just in case they get too cold or something)...
  3. Spider and Invert Pictures
    Found this little guy in northern Italy. Any idea what it turns into?
  4. Spiders and Inverts
    Hi, I would like to rear Death's Head Hawkmoth (Acherontia atropos) Caterpillars and feed them with Maize (Zea Mays) only. Has anyone experience with that? Thanks in advance! Lukas
  5. Spiders and Inverts
    Hi there, wow I haven't been on here in a few years D8. I have been raising some Deaths Heads, bought some eggs on worldwide butterflies :D. Been going pretty well actually. had 18 egg, 11 hatched. 2 died, and 3 grew then perished. leaving me with 6 which are doing really well. I just...
  6. Invert Classifieds
    I have a limited number of Antherina Suraka larvae for sale, these are bred from my own moth collection. The caterpillars pass through two impressive distinct colour phases before emerging as the large beautiful moth. They are currently very young and feeding voraciously on Privet and Laurel...
  7. Spiders and Inverts
    It is maybe 1cm in length and white and brown in colour when there colour changes with a diagnal kinda pattern. It smacks its head around looking for food and I saw it catch and eat an aphid, it appeared to have sucked its insides out as there was still the skin, it looks and moves like a...
  8. Shop Classifieds
    Coast to Coast Exotics, 124 North Road, Darlington, County Durham, DL1 2EJ. TEL; 01325 283756. FAX; 01325 255060 E-MAIL; [email protected] New shipment due soon for details visit Also...
  9. Spiders and Inverts
    Kind of collected a bunch of cricket pots and never got round to clearing them out and when I looked at them yesterday all of the weird caterpillar looking things that normally come with the crickets are still alive and their seems to be loads of them now. So was just wondering if these were...
  10. Wildlife
    ok, i found a caterpillar out in the shed when i went to feed the pond fish and i've just ID it as a Large Yellow Underwing Moth after going through a dozen websites. Guess it had hibernated in the shed but mum got the hole in the floor it probably got in through fixed so i've moved it out. now...
  11. Spiders and Inverts
    Hi, I found this caterpillar in my garden, and I have decided to keep it Explantion here - Here is a pic - I know it isn't the best picture, but I really cannot get a better picture Can anyone ID it so...
  12. Spiders and Inverts
    Hi, I have just rescued a caterpillar from my garden. I rescued it basically because I am digging the garden up and basically redoing the whole garden. I know that eventually it will be killed by the works. I was thinking I could keep it until it could easily get away from any danger (Ideally...
  13. Snake Pictures
    A rare caterpillar that mimics a snake to keep predators away... Found on the internet :) As scary as that thing looks I think it's pretty awesome. Hope you like. Ben
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  15. Spider and Invert Pictures
    Macro photographs of a monarch caterpillar. Monarch Caterpillar
  16. Lizards
    Sorry if this is a stupid question! :blush: I bought some crickets today for my beardies and noticed some weird beetle things in there that could fly, one of them escaped when I transferred the crickets from their small tubs into the big faunarium I keep them in, does anyone know what these...
  17. Feeder
    Every year i grow nasturtiums and my daughter and i always bring in a few leaves with cabbage white eggs on them and watch the caterpillars hatch, grow, pupate and then release the butterflies. I've never been able to find any info as to whether the caterpillars would be a good feeder for...
  18. Spiders and Inverts
    Hornworm - 6 to 7 cm long | Flickr - Photo Sharing! I know it says hornworm but whats the scientific name for this please?!?! Thanks very much , Aaron.
  19. Feeder
    i know they're not harmful, but what are these little caterpillar things and where did they come from :lol2:
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