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So different than the Adult.. Caterpillar of 'Common Crow Butterfly'.. 70-300,70-300mm,Asia,Common Crow,D5200,Euploea core,India,Karnala,Nikon,NikonD5200,Tamron,abhitap,bird,incredible india,incredibleindia,jagtap,life,maharashtra,nature,raigad Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

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  1. Beautiful! First caterpillar photo of this species, I had no idea it looked this way. Posted 4 years ago
    1. Yea .... Caterpillar world is always surprising.. :-) Posted 4 years ago

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The Common Crow is a common butterfly found in South Asia and Australia. In India it is also sometimes referred to as the Common Indian Crow, and in Australia as the Australian Crow. It belongs to the Crows and Tigers subfamily Danainae .

E. core is a glossy black, medium sized 85–95 millimetres butterfly with rows of white spots on the margins of its wings. Euploea core is a slow, steady flier. Due to its inpalatability it is usually observed gliding through the air with a minimum.. more

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Uploaded Aug 15, 2015. Captured Aug 9, 2015 09:02 in Karnala Foot Path, Maharashtra 410207, India.
  • NIKON D5200
  • f/10.0
  • 3s
  • ISO160
  • 185mm