Bee Nee

Bee Nee

Posted on 08/28/2014


Photo taken on August 28, 2014



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On Flames... oder Punkdrache (nach Agent99)

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I thought that he looks very special. Much nicer than the butterfly he will become later.

Joan+, Erika Mustermann have particularly liked this photo


15 comments - The latest ones
Pandarine
Pandarine
Ein kleiner Feuriger, Klasse!
4 years ago.
kolibri* has replied to Pandarine
Und unserer hat nur immer wie wild rumgezappelt!
4 years ago.
Pandarine has replied to kolibri*
Der war aber nicht so huebsch feurig - nur niedlich puschlig! ;-)
4 years ago.
Bee Nee has replied to Pandarine
;)) Vielen Dank, Barbara!
4 years ago.
Bee Nee has replied to kolibri*
Was war das denn für eine(r)?
4 years ago.
Bee Nee has replied to Pandarine
Niedlich puschelig ist doch auch en vogue! ;)
4 years ago.
kolibri* has replied to Bee Nee
Einfach ein kleiner Puschel am seidenen Faden :-))
Foto folgt später :-))
4 years ago.
Erika Mustermann
Erika Mustermann
Ein Punkdrachen ;-)
4 years ago.
Pandarine has replied to Erika Mustermann
Toller Titel! ;-)
4 years ago.
Bee Nee has replied to Erika Mustermann
:)))) Ich stimme mit Panda überein!
4 years ago.
Bee Nee has replied to Pandarine
Finde ich auch! ;)
4 years ago.
Joan+
Joan+
What an amazing caterpillar...outrageously "punk", and all created by Nature!
4 years ago.
Bee Nee has replied to Joan+
Thank you, Joan! ;)) I found him gorgeous - I haven't seen such a caterpillar before. Later I found that the caterpillar is much more beautiful than the butterfly (apparently a sycamore moth, Acronicta aceris).
I just found an article where the author noted that the hair of this caterpillar is poisonous. Well, it didn't affect me. It also seems - according to this article - that this caterpillar is rare, indeed.
4 years ago.
Evergreengirl
Evergreengirl
He's pretty spectacular. I wonder what sort of butterfly or moth he'll turn into. One equally colorful or something more drab do you suppose. The bright color and spiky hairdo seem like a warning to potential predators.
4 years ago.
Bee Nee has replied to Evergreengirl
It seems that this kind of butterfly/moth is quite rare (although widespread). It is a sycamore moth - Acronicta aceris. The moth isn't very pretty - but the youngster definitely is! - An article on the internet says that the hair of the caterpillar can cause allergic reactions. Well, it didn't affect me at all. - But I can imagine that it might get stuck in a bird's throat...
4 years ago.