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Hitching a ride

Hitching a ride

This eye-catching caterpillar of the Cape Lappet Moth (Eutricha capensis) is usually found in large clusters on tree trunks of trees. Larvae congregate conspicuously on tree trunks, feeding on Acacia, white stinkwood (Celtis), bush willow (Combretum), Bauhinia and other trees in nature, and on trees such as mango, peach and the Brazilian Pepper in gardens.”

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