Head of Gum leaf Sceletoniser - Uraba lugens
Each time after each moult the head capsual remains on top of the caterpilars head instead of being shed with the rest of the caterpilars skin. As this caterpilar appearantly sheds its skin 11 times it will at the end have 10 or 11 head skin capsuals on its head .
''Uraba lugens'', the gum-leaf skeletoniser, is a moth of the family Nolidae. It is found in Australia and New Zealand. The larvae are a serious pest of ''Eucalyptus'' species and their close relatives. The wingspan is 25–30 mm. In Australia there are about one or two generations per year.