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Sawfly larvae“Saw Fly larvae are not true caterpillars but are the larvae of various species of ¬†wasps. They have 3 pairs of true legs and up to 8 pair of prolegs (true caterpillars only have up to 5 pair of prolegs).” Different varieties feed on varied tree species across the wildlife refuge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Further reference available ; australian-insects.com/lepidoptera/none/sawfly.html

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