Caterpillar Dreaming (Jajurtuma Jukurrpa) is a significant song cycle and ceremonial narrative that belongs to the Jakamarra and Jupurrula skin groups. This means that Lorna's father and brother were custodians for this Jukurrpa. The ceremony also involves women from the Napurrula, Napanangka, and Nakamarra skin groups.
Lorna describes the subject in this way - "These are caterpillars, in a big tree, cheeky ones, in my country, Yapa country, in the Tanami Desert." These little green caterpillars cluster together in groups of hundreds. They live in and eat the leaves of the trees. The slightest touch causes an itchy red rash on the skin, which will cover the whole body with hives.
The circles represent the trees where the caterpillars build their colonies. Often a squiggly line represents the caterpillars, when they have completed their growing cycle. The story for this Jukurrpa comes from the artist's ancestral country at Yurmurrpa in the Tanami Desert.