Welcome to my blog, where I add about Art and things - Enjoying being Volunteer Artist-in-Residence at Arlington Court National Trust Devon
You learn something new every day! Thanks!
Amazing isn't it :-)
a moth! I thought this caterpillar looked a bit different.
I know, just what I thought :-)
Fascinating, but I absolutely hate moths :)I had no idea what it was !
I'm with you there Eileen. Butterflies okay with me, but somehow moths freak me out. Having said that I quite like the look of them at this caterpillar stage.
Do they supposedly predict your winter weather like our woolly caterpillars do? Not overly accurate though: they predicted a mild winter last year and it was a brutally long one in New York state.That said, I do love the fuzziness of them!-Barb
I've not heard of them predicting the weather here Barb, but anything is likely. I do know when there are a lot of berries on the holly trees, it means a bad Winter - it's looked upon that the berries are there ready to feed the birds during a time when their food won't be so easily available....(and that prediction has been right sometimes.)
Amazing creature! Nice to learn a bit more about him/her!
I agree, it is good to know a bit about them. So pleased CT added her comment explaining them :-)