This painting tells the Creation Time Story of the caterpllars 'Anumara'. The anumara is a large edible caterpillar with a hook on it's tail. It is a story about kinship groups - represented by the North and South. Hector is in one group the South - (anumara) and his uncles , nephews and fathers in the other, North, the other caterpillars - muya muya and ngalyakanti literally 'forehead'. All the caterpillars travelled from places in the north ans south and all met up in one resting place (ngura). When the minyma (woman) and tjitji (children) arrive the women dance in the fire and give the man the cerimonial stick. This is beautiful ceremony, where Hector went through a long time ago.
This ceremony was not peformed for a long time, until recently when men from Amata took part. It is important that these ceremonies are kept going.