This caterpillar is all decked out for Halloween! Ecologist and photographer Lui Weber snapped a photo of the rare pink underwing moth caterpillar, which has skull-like markings on its head:
Found below the altitude of 600m in undisturbed, subtropical rainforest, the species survives on the vine Carronia multisepalea, a collapsed shrub that provides the food and habitat the moth requires in order to breed.
Lui said: 'Sadly this moth is very rare I only know of a single adult seen last year so I do not have photographs of the adult yet.
'This southern subspecies is listed as nationally endangered in Australia.'
The Daily Mail has more awesome photos by Lui: Link (Photo: Lui Weber)