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Author 'Isabelle S.B' (Id 95916 ) : Yesterday I showed you the tracks made with windscreen. Here is a picture taken in macro mode, but without a cap. We see how they invaded the leaves to say anything tonight come home from work, I noticed that some leaves had disappeared altogether. How greedy!



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EXIF : Brand: Panasonic | Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ28
Aperture: f/2.8 | Exposure time: 1/60 s | ISO: 100 | Focal: 4.8 mm (eq. 27 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 24/09/2009 18:21:16
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> G.bourguer >Reply Feb 10, 2011
Again it is amazing, he had to. It was daring.
 
Identification > Ranoux.dominique >Reply Jun 20, 2010
Good evening. They are not caterpillars, but larvae of a wasp and Symphyta Nematus Pavidus more precisely, the "sawfly of willows.
 
Identification > Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 26, 2009
The ermine, name these tracks, attacking mainly shrubs and trees, fruit orchards treated badly. They live in colonies in silken nests, gathering twigs which they devour the leaves. This photo illustrates perfectly. When the foliage is consumed from the nest, the colonies move to other branches that may well destroy a large amount of foliage. Beautiful shot of these little invaders: 1:: 6:.
 
> Géna >Reply Sep 26, 2009
Your picture makes me laugh. My sprouts have been overrun by caterpillars. But I like all small animals, I decided to give them to my neighbors: 19:: 4:.
 
> Marcel >Reply Sep 26, 2009
The danger of armyworm from handling which leads to the release of venom after the hairs were broken. The venom has the ability to destroy tissue (known as tissue necrosis). It should also be noted that simply to keep below a nest of armyworm is sufficient to present the following symptoms: itchy irritation more or less important. Presence of ocular lesions can be very serious. Occurrence of edema at the language.: 7:: 7:: 7: I think that it is not processionary. : 4: 4:
 
> Marcel >Reply Sep 26, 2009
A good photo documentary! Find out whether they are not 'processionary'! Toxic and highly allergenic. Normally, you can see them marching in single file in the soil. Usually, they are collected in a variety of nests, like those of spiders, visible in the branches of low height.
 
> Candy [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 26, 2009
: 4: Hello Isa, this picture makes me laugh because it really looks that the leaf is the body of an insect and it has legs! New breed of centipede! : 18:: 19:
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 26, 2009
The leaf is pretty with the garland of the voracious caterpillars which seems endless: 19:. What tree is it? Good observation and presentation: Isa bravo and thank you. : 18:
 
> Dom. [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 26, 2009
Given the number of consuming on a leaf on it, you will not have to collect leaves this fall, usually, is to shoot the young leaves that we see this kind of caterpillar.
 
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