SINOBUG

ALIENS AMONGST US

(X File No. D45a99-2b - CONFIDENTIAL)

While foreigners in China are still to this day officially referred to as “aliens” in laws and regulations, there are plenty of other home-grown varieties for the Chinese authorities and its people to be concerned about…….

(See captions for identifications)

Nolid Moth Caterpillars (Noctuidae, Nolidae)
Nolid Moth Caterpillars (Nolidae)

by Sinobug (itchydogimages) on Flickr.
Pu’er, Yunnan, China

See more Chinese insects and spiders on my Flickr site HERE……

See other tumblr posts in the ALIENS AMONGST US series HERE.
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