Green worm making Ω pattern!

Green worm making Ω pattern!

Continuing the discussion from Observing nature, addressing interesting questions:

Found this green worm making Ω pattern while movement!
Sorry can’t upload 5 sec video here coz of size limit

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This is likely to be the larvae of a geometer moths. These are called inchworms or loopers and they lack appendages in the middle portion of their body, causing them to form this characteristic loop pattern for locomotion :smile:
It may also be a cabbage looper or a soybean looper. These caterpillars, despite being loopers, belong to family Noctuidae, a family commonly referred to as owlet moths.

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Interesting kindly give references