Hairy red or dark orange caterpillar
GreenMind creates authoritative and detailed guides to the things you're curious about. This guide will help you identify 16 furry caterpillars that reside in North America and a bonus caterpillar from the British Isles and give you tips on how to raise them. It will tell you if your caterpillar can sting or cause an allergic reaction, or if it is rare. For every furry caterpillar on this list, I have a photo of the adult moth or butterfly. Caterpillars are the immature stage of butterflies and moths, order Lepidoptera. They are part of a 4-stage life cycle called "complete metamorphosis.
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Black Caterpillar Identification With Pictures (Including Black Fuzzy Caterpillars)
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Furry caterpillars are a fascinating type of insect that usually turn into moths. Most types of furry caterpillars feed on the leaves of plants and trees. Although many hairy caterpillars look scary, most are quite harmless. There are some spiky caterpillars that are poisonous and can give you a bee-like sting or cause skin irritation. So, until you identify the exact caterpillar species, you should avoid handling the furry ones without protective gloves. Identifying fuzzy caterpillars requires noting their color, type of hairy covering, and specific markings. Some types of furry caterpillars also look deceiving.
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Furry Caterpillars: An Identification Guide
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Insects, after all, are the most abundant animals on earth. While some species can be overlooked, due to their small size or out-of-the-way lifestyles, butterflies and caterpillars cannot. These veritable pop stars of the insect world — dolled up in coiffed hair tufts and shimmering wing scales — simply demand attention. As any third-grader will tell you, Lepidoptera — the order of insects that includes butterflies and caterpillars — represent peak evolution in the cool-animal department.
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