May 14, 2008

Black spiky caterpillar - Series #9

This is the 9th series on tropical caterpillar. It's a black caterpillar and it's spiky. It is one of the dullest caterpillar and my camera was have trouble focusing on it due to its dull color.

Rather, I was also having trouble focusing because my hands tremble and that's why I plucked the black caterpillar and placed it on the grass. Because of the caterpillar colour and also dimming light, at times, the camera was focusing on the grass blades instead of the caterpillar.


Uncropped photo, macro shot on black spiky caterpillar

The above photo is the best among the collection taken. Due to daylight fading, I have limited time to get a clear shot on the caterpillar.

Related posts:
* Brown patterned caterpillar - Series #8 (camouflage)
* Baby caterpillar - Series #7
* Tropical furry caterpillar - Series #6
* Tropical yellowish caterpillar - Series #5 (spiky caterpillar)
* Tropical caterpillar - Series #4 (shoe brush caterpillar)
* Tropical caterpillar - Series #3
* Tropical green caterpillar - Series #2
* Tropical big green leave cutter caterpillar - Series #1


Check out more hi-resolution photos on caterpillars at my Flickr Caterpillar Gallery


2 comments:

JesieBlogJourney May 21, 2008 at 10:12 AM  

The caterpillar shots make my hair stand on ends. But I love them when they become butterflies.

Cyren Z. Wong June 17, 2008 at 3:22 PM  

OoOO this one if the larval form of the Peacock Pansies I recently photographed

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