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Scotch pine caterpillar
insect larva

Scotch pine caterpillar

insect larva

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behaviour

  • Rivoli's hummingbird (Eugenes fulgens) has iridescent structural colour.
    In coloration: The selective agent

    …early stages of the green Scotch pine caterpillar (Bupalus piniarius and others) are found at the tips of pine needles, well camouflaged in this position. As they grow larger, they move into the bases of the needles and onto the branch. One explanation for the movement is that the older…

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