Caterpillars and/or larvae/worms I have photographed over the years. More will be added as we go.
A wet and hairy caterpillar I found one rainy night. Lasiocampidae - Trabala sp.
Snake-mimic caterpillar? Sphingidae -Eupanacra sp. - ID suggested by Roger Kendrick. Selangor, Malaysia.
Map butterfly larva (Cyrestis sp.) - ID suggested by GC Gan.
Bad hair day.
Big Saturniidae caterpillar
Caterpillars in Cycloalexy - defensive, circular arrangement.
An Orthogonius sp. beetle (ID credit: Harald Schillhammer) photobombing a bunch of caterpillars (in cycloalexy arrangement?). The beetle wasn't there when I took the first couple of shots .
Two dipteran puparia (singular, puparium) in the cocoon of a Cyana species moth (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae: Lithosiinae). The caterpillar was parasitized by either Tachinidae or Sarcophagidae flies. Info credit: Stoy Hedges, Roberto Pantaleoni, Marcus Ng. Selangor, Malaysia.
Burara harisa consobrina, orange awlet caterpillar
Orsotriaena medus caterpillar on a blade of grass, at night.
Merged from two images.
Camouflage! See how it moves in this clip here.
Red head :D. Hawk moth caterpillar, Sphingidae
Natural light on tripod.
Caterpillar eating some kind of white pod
Caterpillar, likely another Lasiocampidae
Snow white caterpillar. Attacus sp.
Another Attacus sp. caterpillar.
A parasitoid wasp ovipositing on a autumn leaf butterfly caterpillar
More examples of parasitoidsim.
Beautiful moth caterpillar. Family: Limacodidae.
Diffuser & Reflector used.
Another Limacodid caterpillar
Thosea vetusta caterpillar
Hawk moth caterpillar, Sphingid
A caterpillar with loads of parasitoid wasp cocoons. One of the grubs hatched. You can see the grub squirming in this GIF:
Another one with parasitoid wasp cocoons
This caterpillar fell prey to a Herennia sp. female spider
Jumping spider with prey - a Malays Baron caterpillar
More tropical spiders here.
Malay Baron caterpillar (Euthalia monina).
The tail end of the caterpillar i think.
The front end?
More jumping spiders.
Calliteara sp. caterpillar (Subfamily: Lymantriinae). ID credit: Franziska Bauer. Selangor, Malaysia.
Papilionidae caterpillar, info credit: Marcus Ng. Selangor, Malaysia.
This larva fell prey to a potter wasp
Plain nawab caterpillar
I found this cricket eating a caterpillar too.
The same caterpillar was attacked by a few trap jaw ants!
More tropical ants.