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Mr. Cleansor


I was quite amazed by the appearance of this little Caterpillar. It looked like something carrying a number of scrubbers and brushes. I just named him Mr. Cleansor. :)



Posted for Macro Monday and Camera Critters meme

21 comments:

  1. I have never seen anything like this before. He looks as if he is off to work carrying his numerous brushes on his back.

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  2. It is beautiful! Great capture! :)

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  3. He is really quite the critter. I wonder if it feels prickly, like a porcupine. Did you touch him?

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  4. I am not fond of caterpillar but this one look so unique.

    MY critter post, have a great weekend!

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  5. Terrific shots of a very unique looking caterpillar.

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  6. @RNSANE No, I didn't touch him. I make it a point never to bother or disturb the critters I photograph. I don't think it feels prickly. It is covered with dense growth of silky threadlike structures. The extreme close-up probably makes the hairs look like thorns.

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  7. Amazing colours, textures and details and the light. Loved these images.

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  8. its quite weird, never seen something like this before...well clicked :D

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  9. Nice Macro, wish I could see the EXIF data. :D

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  10. Great macro work!! Have a marvelous Monday!! :)

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  11. Oh my goodness! This is a fantastic shot.

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  12. It was an unusual caterpillar. It is nicely illustrated here.

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  13. Awesome!
    Great photos of the little caterpillar!

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  14. Really a beautiful shot...And you guys noticed that last 3 brushes are missing from its place. Lol

    By the way, here is my IndiVine post. Check it and if you like it then please Promote it too there on IndiVine.

    http://www.indiblogger.in/indipost.php?post=72607

    Thanks :)

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  16. Yep you are right Kim it's itchy, we call it Higad in the Philippines..good shot though!

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  17. Superb details in these macros!

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