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Uploaded by: ChrisAnthemum
Monday September 30, 2013
Caption: That is the name given by the locals to the caterpillar of the Isabella moth. Supposedly the number of black and red segments in the body foretell the number of cold or mild weeks in the coming winter. But, there are always red bands in the middle, which corresponds to the coldest part of winter. Also, the caterpillars are all different.
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