2018-02-17

Ruby tiger and Fallow deer

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Ruby tiger caterpillar  - Larv av Rostvinge

Fallow deer - Dovhjort
© NF Photo 180215

Many feet at work today.  Wildlife in the energy forest at Boda Kvarn
Ruby tiger, a butterfly I have not seen flying, and Fallow deer


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17 comments:

  1. Hello, the caterpillar is cool looking and I love the Fallow Deer. They are beautiful critters. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. I appreciate your comment and visit. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend.

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  2. Good thing it has its fuzzy winter coat on in that snow. Nice contrast.

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  3. The caterpillar is beautiful, but certainly cold! Deer are so much fun to watch.

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  4. I would expect that caterpillar should be sleeping. Hmm

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  5. Wow, that is a LOT of deer and I love the furry caterpillar shot, looks really good in the snow.

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  6. Is the caterpillar supposed to be in the snow? I would be inclined to pick it up and put it on something green!

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  7. I'm liking the caterpillar, I've never seen one like that.

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  8. A caterpillar in the snow! Now that is something you don't see every day! Loved the deer too.

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  9. Both are awesome photos!

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  10. Oh i can't imagine how that larva withstand the cold! Will it be able to continue until adult?

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  11. I like the fuzzy fellow and the deer also.

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  12. That must be really cold on all those caterpillar feet. Great shots.

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  13. Many feet on the caterpillar and many feet on the deer (when all of them are added up). Lovely snow pictures (but brrr!)

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  14. the deer are so furry...good protection from the cold.

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  15. The fallow dear are lovely in the snow. Another blogging "friend" has dear coming into the bottom of her long garden.

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  16. I am surprised to see that caterpillar surely he should be overwintering in his cocoon

    Mollyx

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