ID of larvae - anyone help?

IronGiant

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Probably a geometer moth of some kind. Their larvae are called inch worms due to the way they move.
and they lower themselves down from tress etc on a thin strand of silk.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geometer_moth

That narrows it down to about 35,000 species of inchworm :)

I don't know what the common UK ones are.
 
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IronGiant

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With an estimated 6-10,000,000 species of insect out there I'm sure he can spare me two :D

(and yes, I Googled that :devil:)
 

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