Eye Spy - Camouflage

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The Inchworm Caterpillar (Synchlora) exhibits architectural concealment by cutting small pieces of  leaves or flowers and attaching them to its body. An effective self-constructed camouflage, but one that must be constantly replenished with new material to remain effective. Here a larva attaches portions of yellow flower petals to its back,  Florida.