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Caterpillar of the tailed emperor butterfly, Polyura sempronius (Nymphalidae). When mature butterflies this species is attracted to the fermenting juices of over-ripe fruit. They have also been reported feeding at sap exuding from shrubs, and even at the leaking bunghole of a wine cask. See BE0832 & BE0833

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Caterpillar of the Tailed Emperor Butterfly
Caterpillar of the Tailed Emperor Butterfly
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