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. ID appreciated!
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.