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Cabbage Tree Emperor Caterpillars
Cabbage tree emperor moth is an African moth species belonging to the family Saturniidae.
Although they look fairly scary, they are not poisonous, but one should always exercise some caution in picking up caterpillars because they can cause skin irritation.
These spectacular caterpillars are the larval form of the equally spectacular African Emperor Moth, Bunaea alcinoe. The African Emperor Moth is one of the Giant Silk Moths.