This is Phylllodes Imperialis, the Imperial Fruit Sucking Moth, in its caterpillar form. It has a giant skull and eyeballs on its head to scare away predators. It worked on me and I'm not even a predator. There are some much better shots after the jump courtesy of planet.nerd's Flickr, which show one's skull-face from all angles. Because we need that. If I had to see it, so do you -- that's how this works.
Hit the jump for the coolest Halloween accessory since the plastic pirate cutlass.
Thanks to Vanessa, who told me I could go trick-or-treating with her. Cool, but only if we go to the rich neighborhoods where they hand out full-size candy bars.
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Read More: at first i thought somebody had painted that on there
, creepy deepy
, damn mother nature i'm starting to not even want to know you anymore
, get it away!
, moth's are like butterfly's ugly little sisters
, no thank you
, self defense
, tis the season