Creatures that are not Caterpillars in Australia
  
Don Herbison-Evans
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Stella Crossley

Some Arthropods and their larvae look like Caterpillars but are from other orders:


Spitfire Sawfly larvae

Gum Sawfly larvae

Bottlebrush Sawfly larvae

Paperbark Sawfly

Red-Ash Sawfly

Cypress Pine Sawfly

Red Long-tailed Sawfly

Cherry Slugs

Other Sawfly larvae

'C' grubs
,

Fig Leaf Beetle Grubs

Gum Leaf Beetle Grubs

Dendrobium Beetle Grubs

Fungus-eating Ladybird larvae

Yellow Ladybird larvae

Bardee Grubs

Soldier Fly Maggots

Rat Tailed Fly Maggots

Silky Lacewings

Mealy Bugs

Millipedes

Velvet Worms

House Centipedes


Bush Centipedes


Praying Mantis egg-case


Magnificent Bolas Spider egg-sacs


Sandworms / Ragworms

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(updated 23 July 2013, 13 June 2018)