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Two colourful caterpillars clinging to a flower are the focus of this week's reader photo.
THESE WANDERER, OR MONARCH, caterpillars were photographed in Woodburn in northern New South Wales by AG reader Jgor Cavallina from Glebe, in Sydney. of other reader photos.
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