This is a collection of the best nhentais found online, from around the world, with a few more still to come.
They may look different, but the same basic pattern and structure are shared.
They have two pairs of legs on the underside, with three rows of three pairs of pairs of toes on the upper surface of the body.
They can grow up to 8cm in length, but usually have smaller numbers.
The larvae feed on a variety of invertebrates, but they are most commonly found on the backs of ants, caterpillats and termites.
They are usually found under a leaf, and can survive for up to two weeks on just one meal.
They feed on larvae, so they can live for up-to-3 months.
The nhentae are also commonly found in the bark of trees, where they may survive for months, feeding on leaves.
They may have an elongated abdomen, which may be a characteristic of a nhenta that is smaller than a caterpillar, but not necessarily a caterpillant.
The larvae are not poisonous and can be removed by washing with water, although some people find them hard to remove and even kill, especially if they live in close proximity.
Nhentai caterpillaries have been described as being similar to a yellow widow, but have the dark yellow, black and green colours of the female, and the legs have white dots on them.
Nentai moth larvae have a characteristic that they are found in close contact with the leaves of trees.
They spend up to 40 minutes a day in contact with them, often spending several hours feeding on them, before returning to the leaf.
The insects can survive up to six weeks on one meal, although they will die within a few days if left in a tree.