British sawflies, Caliroa annulipes, larva eating Oak leaves, Oak slug sawfly, sawfly larva on Oak
Another day, another sawfly larva. This one looks more like a weird slug than a caterpillar, which presumably explains its common name of Oak slug sawfly (Caliroa annulipes). I found it fascinating to look at the veins of the Oak leaf that this larva was uncovering as it ate the tissue.
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