11 August 2010

Massive caterpillar

Just to prove that I'm not a complete animal-hater (as recent Geek Pop podcasts might suggest), and as a nod to Sounds of Science colleague Jim's new bug blog, I'm posting pics of a MASSIVE green caterpillar found by holiday buddies in Ontario, Canada.


We watched Monarch butterflies sunning themselves on the decking at our cottage by the lake in Haliburton and were curious as to whether these caterpillars might eventually BE Monarchs. Perhaps Jim, or someone else, can tell me?

Photos courtesy of Megzy-Pegzy

3 comments:

Jim said...

That's not a catterpillar, THIS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVYUu0wy61M is a catterpillar...

Also, I have no idea what it is.

Hayley said...

Woah. That *is* a caterpillar.

Keith said...

Hey, my family found one of those "caterpillars" down by our farm, in ontario, and we have no idea what it is, nobody can identify it, is it a new species?