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Frangipani pseudosphinx tetrio...hawkmoth caterpillar
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Frangipani pseudosphinx tetrio...hawkmoth caterpillar

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Caterpillars devour the wild frangipani. These are caterpillars of the Hawk Moth, (pseudosphinx tetrio). The caterpillar is very conspicuous with yellow bands on black and having a red head. The caterpillars feed on the poisonous sap of the frangipani, thus becoming poisonous to the birds that might eat these caterpillars.

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