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Discussion in 'Nature' started by TonyTurley, Sep 2, 2013.
Yep. I don't know much about caterpillars at all, but those look like Tent Caterpillars, which usually show up on Black Cherry trees in Spring, so I'm puzzled on this one.
Well that's a first, never seen anything like it mate, unique for me this shot. Excellent behaviour of something most will never see. Amazing.
Man that does look pretty gross. Like a squirrel dies in there and the bugs are having at it.
Nice shot Tony.
Anybody else hungry?
LOL! Just had breakfast.
That is the type of shot my Rokkor 300mm is for ..that and Spider images. The farther away I am the better ...for artistic purposes of course
Up in northern MN those are called Army Worms (although I think they are tent caterpillars too). Every five years or so, they move in on the trees and it's so bad it looks like all the roads are moving. People can't go golfing because of all the worms causing mini speed bumps. My mom would send me out when I was four with a styrofoam cup and I would shove them all in there and take a stick and make army worm soup. It was gross, but it kept me busy she said