Caterpillars eat leaves, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia.
Caterpillars feast on green leaves in Western Australia. Stirling Range National Park was declared in 1913 and is now an ecological island in a sea of farmland. 1500 species of flora are packed within the park, more than in the entire British Isles. 123 orchid species grow here. 87 plant species found in the Stirling Range occur nowhere else on earth.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download