All are absolutely fabulous!
What a beauties they are, I especially love the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail with the beautiful heads and eyes, amazing!
I'm enjoying them as your photographs more than I enjoyed them in the butterfly house. Amazing. Excellent.
I am so jealous. I haven't seen a single caterpillar in my garden in the past two years. Maybe next year.
Beautiful photos, Les. I love the "eyes" on the Tiger Swallowtail.
Well, that seals the deal. I simply must plant a pipevine next year!! :) Beautiful pictures!
Great pictures! I just planted Dutchman's Pipe so I could attract the pipevine swallowtails.
how do you protect the baby pipevine plant until it's old enough to survive the hoardes?
beautiful photographs of gorgeous creatures.- Georgia
So COOL Les! I have never seen the the last 2 of the 3 caterpillars! Just the first, eating my parsley! What do the second 2 eat?Gorgeous photos!!
Fantastic photos Les. Amazing little creatures.
Geeze, we're plum out of caterpillars this year. 20 monarchs was all, and maybe the same black swallowtails. Droughts-ville.
Butterfly caterpillars are so beautiful and very photogenic. My property is loaded with spice bushes but I have never seen a spice bush swallowtail.
Wow! I am really amazed on those caterpillars. They are really beautiful up close. Love the colors.Shyra @ www.ecarport.com.au/
Great photos of the cats! Such a close up shot so we can enjoy their beauty. Amazing how they turn into beautiful butterflies...
The pipevine swallowtail really is a beauty. I never saw that caterpillar before. We don't have its dinner up here.
Love the fake eyes ... quite spooky.
Nature produces much better monsters than Hollywood, even if they are tiny!