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Sedge Pupa by Cailean Moore

Sedge Pupa by Cailean Moore

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A Hercules Beetle grub ; the largest of the rhinoceros beetles. The grubs of…

"A gigantic, pale, wriggling baby of a Hercules Beetle (Dynastes hercules).   They spend 1-2 YEARS in this adorable form before transforming into a pupa, molting, and then emerging as an adult." Can't say I care for that.

The Goliath Beetle is one of the largest insects on Earth. The monster shown here is the grub (larva) of this colossus. Like the ugly duckling, it grows into an elegant adult. - SO GROSSE!

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The Giant Swift #Moth (Trictenna Argentata) is also known as a Rain Moth This is because the moth emerges from its pupa case from a tunnel in the ground following late autumn rains. The tunnels can be up to 1.8 metres deep. The older larvae live in the tunnels feeding on tree roots. The moth is large with a wingspan of up to 16cm. The caterpillar is also called a Bardi Grub and can be used as fishing bait. This photo shows the empty pupa case after the moth has emerged. An interesting read…

The Giant Swift #Moth (Trictenna Argentata) is also known as a Rain Moth This is because the moth emerges from its pupa case from a tunnel in the ground following late autumn rains. The tunnels can be up to 1.8 metres deep. The older larvae live in the tunnels feeding on tree roots. The moth is large with a wingspan of up to 16cm. The caterpillar is also called a Bardi Grub and can be used as fishing bait. This photo shows the empty pupa case after the moth has emerged. An interesting read…

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