The mass of all caterpillars is greater.
a butterfly what DO all black fuzzy caterpillars turn into. all caterpillars turn into buterflies inside their cacoons
Yes, all caterpillars turn into either a butterfly or a moth. There are many species of caterpillars that can be found in locations throughout the world.
no not all caterpillars are soft some are rough because of there rough spots baby caterpillars are the most soft caterpillars
A caterpillars favourite food is leaf, this is all they eat!
All caterpillars eventually turn into butterflies.
All true caterpillars turn into butterflies or moths. There are many other critters that resemble caterpillars, such as sawfly larvae and hoverfly larvae, that are not caterpillars.
Yes, caterpillars can change colors. Not all caterpillars can change color, but the ones that can usually do it as they grow or if there are changes in the temperature.
Some caterpillars do in fact eat greenflies. Not all caterpillars will eat greenflies or like insects because they don't like them.
I'm no expert but I raised these caterpillars before and all the caterpillars were in their cocoons for about 12-14 days
Not all of them.
Of course not!
Yes. All butterflies start as caterpillars, and go through a pupa stage before turning into butterflies.
Virtually all caterpillars are vegetarians, they don't eat other insects.
Yes, caterpillars can surely eat spinach. In fact, many gardeners and crop growers complain of caterpillars eating all their spinach gardens.
No, caterpillars will not eat all types of leaf. They eat various kinds of leaf depending on which type of caterpillar they are.
No. There are many kind of woolly or hairy caterpillars and they all eat very specific types of leaf.
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No. Some are hairless.
Some can be, not all though
Inchworms, despite the name, are actually not worms at all. They are really caterpillars, which are moth larvae.