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Some Caterpillars with two horns on the head in Australia
 
  
Don Herbison-Evans
(donherbisonevans@yahoo.com)
and
Stella Crossley

These caterpillars have a head shaped like it has a pair of stubby horns, but have an un-forked tail :


Aeolochroma metarhodata

Chlorocoma assimilis

Chlorocoma dichloraria

Chlorocoma externa

Chlorocoma melocrossa

Chlorocoma stereota

Chlorocoma tetraspila

Chlorocoma vertumnaria

Cyneoterpna wilsoni

Euloxia fugitivaria

Hypobapta percomptaria

Prasinocyma semicrocea

Fisera belidearia

Fisera eribola

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(written 16 July 2020, updated 30 October 2020)