This is the largest bagworm I’ve ever seen. The twigs look like they’ve been cut up by a beaver. It was empty, so a moth must have already emerged. I know it’s a bagworm because later in the trip I found another one that still had a caterpillar in it. Unfortunately, I didn’t have my camera with me.
Subjects: Butterflies and Moths, Insects, and Moths.
Places: Brazil, Minas Gerais, South America, Uberlandia, and Victorio Siquieroli Park.
Taxa: Class Insecta, Family Psychidae, and Order Lepidoptera.
Colors: Brown and Tan.