Black Swallowtail Caterpillar (insects ). Photo by texasteacher

Black Swallowtail Caterpillar

Uploaded by: texasteacher

Tuesday June 9, 2009

Thorndale, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: About two days ago, I saw these caterpillars on my dill weed. They were less than an inch long. Now they're nearly 2 inches. I know I shouldn't leave them on my dill, but they're so pretty. I was especially glad when I tracked down what the adult looks like.

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About texasteacher

Like a lot of others on here, I'm definitely an amature in photography. My spare time is taken with my family and pets. Weekdays I'm teaching math in a little town and loving (nearly) every minute of it! Create your own visitor map!

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