The Lackey Moth (Caterpillar)

By: snowgood

Jul 05 2016

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Category: Nature

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Aperture:f/7.1
Focal Length:80mm
ISO:640
Shutter:1/320 sec
Camera:ILCE-6000

Prior to our fab food at the Crab & Lobster in Sidlesham we had a walk at Pagham Harbour.

The stand out birds were the swifts racing around the sky, and a Reed Bunting singing away whilst perched on a small bush.

Our overgrown path was hardly befitting such a famous reserve, but in amongst the greenery I came across this remarkable caterpillar.

I took the photo on 30th June, at some stage this month it will stop munching, pupate, and if all goes well become a Lackey Moth.

Expect to see him flying some time this month!

 

 

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