Types Of Caterpillars

Types of Caterpillars

In this gallery you’ll discover fourteen lovely illustrations of different Types of Caterpillars. They come from the book The Naturalist’s Library, Volume 32 by W. H. Lizars, which was published in 1841. Caterpillars are the busy teenagers of the insect world. After hatching from eggs, they spend their days in a constant state of chomping, consuming enormous quantities of leaves in preparation for a dramatic transformation into a winged adult butterfly or moth. Click on a thumbnail description to find out the scientific name of each one, as given in the text. If you like these images of caterpillars, be sure to visit the pages with more Caterpillars and Butterfly Wings. Enjoy!



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