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Common Jumping Spider
Caterpillar (any ideas which type it is?)
Native Stingless Bee
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Your photos are much, much better than the ones they have. Why don't you offer yours to whoever owns that site?
Whoohoo! That's the one! Thanks heaps Gabrielle & your clever daughter! And here I was looking at butterflies instead of moths!
Caterpillar = Cephonodes kingii Gardenia Bee Hawk Moth of the Sphingidae family
I have a very clever daughter!
OH haha! I went and googled Caterpillar Logo as I thought you meant Logo is the type of caterpillar! hahaha. Came up with this off course:
Bit of a blond moment there hahaha!
You know how in another post Farina is searching for a good look of BLF? Why not have the caterpillar in our logo?
Aw Gosh thanks Gabrielle & Lissa!
Logo Gabrielle? What logo?
I couldn't find the caterpillar on Brisbane Insects (usually the first spot I go to)
Ah, it was a link!!! they are the most beautiful photos: love the caterpillar the most! Logo???
oh no! The links works for me?
Click on the links Gabrielle :)
Jake, the first link doesn't work properly. Check Brisbane Insects to help identify the caterpillar. Lovely shots!
Can't see any pictures, sorry
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