Caterpillars are the larval form of butterflies and moths and eat leaves voraciously.
Caterpillars are the larval form of butterflies and moths and eat leaves voraciously.
no. just dont touch it, it will live. it usually takes up to 3 weeks for certain catapillers. others it might take 2 weeks.
Yes, different types of butterflies have different names. This is to prevent confusion between the different types of the butterflies. They also help to identify and classify the butterflies and provides 'clues' about which species are closely related. Having different names for different butterflies also avoids confusion of two or more common names being given to the same animal/insect. Sometimes the scientific names will change, even the well recognized ones, and can sometimes be altered… Read More
The caterpillar got it's name from the French and Latin languages. The Latin word pilare, means to grow hair. The French word chat means cat. So from those two words came the word chatepelose which means hairy cat. This was interpreted in the English language to caterpillar.
It turns into a Cabbage White butterfly...I think well I hope so.
Moths are eaten by just about any other creature on the earth, like all creatures there are predator and prey, it just happens the moth is prey, as it only feeds on plant material, which could be concidred a form of predation on a lower form of life. So much for the vegan argument.
Yes there are several Poisonous types of caterpillars in Texas. Find more information here: http://www.texasento.net/rearing.htm
Two weeks unless close to winter then they will almost hibernate until spring.
It is a non-native species and therefore has fewer predators.
they dont butterflies lay the eggs :)
in fact they do not like honey at all.
They eat dead leaves
To check if an inchworm is hurt or dead just :Touch the inchworm real gentle and pay close attention to see if it's still moving and if it does move a little it means it's not dead. Also if you want to check if it's hurt do this :See if it trys to climb something and spread its silk.
U can find them in trees 's leaves .
Virtually all caterpillars are vegetarians, they don't eat other insects.
Yes, anything that is an animal has to go to the toilet, but they don't go to the bathroom to do it, they just dump their waste wherever they please.
It depends on what kind of caterpillar you are wanting to put in the terrarium with the snails. There are some species of caterpillars that eat snails.
The Foley Mountain caterpillar turns into a Foley Mountain Butterfly. This happens after they hatch from the chrysalis that they spin.
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no, if you see a caterpillar halfway in its cocoon its just getting in
what kind of leaf do fuzzy black and orange catipilers eat
it means your days off to a good start unless you see it with a daisy because that just means DANGER
Anywhere! A cocoon is a silk 'sleeping bag' that some species of moths make. Inside the cocoon, the caterpillar changes into a pupa. From the pupa emerges the adult moth. A caterpillar may travel over 100' before it selects a spot to make its cocoon. Some species normally make their cocoons in trees, such as the Polyphemus Moth. Others sometimes make their cocoons in the leaf debris at the base of their host tree, like… Read More
on milkweed especially milkweed in open fields or by roadsides
The process is metamorphosis
It takes about 2 and a half weeks, but that could depend on the type of moth it is. If it doesn't hatch before then, I would keep an eye on it until you notice something.
Caterpillars are the larvae stage of butterflies and moths. People who study butterflies and moths are called lepidopterists and the study is called lepidoptery. It is a subset of entomology, the study of insects.
you should be able to find that on any website. have you tried google?
it can be up to 10 feet long
Caterpillar and lava!! D:
whenever it wants, it has no bed time. probably the only time a CATERPILLAR goes to sleep is when its about to change into a butterfly or whatever it will change into. NOT TO BE RUDE BUT PAY ATTENTION IN SCHOOL KID! :9
well. not all of the catterpillars protect themselves...but most of them are already green and can camouflage. other animals and predators don`t see as we humans do, and cannot make the difference between a leaf and a catterpillar, or simply, the caterpillar makes a strange ultrasound that can scare or make the stupid animals flee hope you understood what i said here...i`m not English :))
My girlfriend has just had the life frightened out of her by the answer to this question. This afternoon while gardening I found two rather large caterpillars and put them in a shoebox for safety. One of them crept out of the box and as my girlfriend handled it gently back into the box it began to make, and this is verbatim, "a snuffly kind of tweet like rats and mice do when they have… Read More
Your caterpillar has a few stages before it'll die or go into a cocoon when it's dying it sit in one spot for days. when it's getting ready to go into a cocoon it'll walk around and eat and seem more lively then ever. Your caterpillar is growing up he isn't changing colors he's shedding his hair (which means he will within this week go into a cocoon)
Poisonous Caterpillars WikiAnswers contributors share their caterpillar knowledge: Yes, there are lots. The ones with fur and of different colors are poisonous. The most poisonous are the saddleback caterpillar, the puss caterpillar, the Io moth caterpillar and the hag caterpillar; their spines are connected to poison glands on their body. A dingy yellow one isn't poisonous, but a bright yellow one can be, as can the green/red ones. Many are stinging and very troublesome if… Read More
It's ready to eat
Ruby Tiger caterpillars has a wide range of things it will eat. It will eat bushes, trees, raspberries, blackberries, and honeysuckle.
that's metamorphosis, and it is the name for the action of a creature like a caterpillar morphing into a butterfly. lots of insects go through metamorphosis.
they fold themselves
If it's white with yellow and black stripes it will turn in to a monarch butterfly it's black and orange their mostly common in Florida also if it's In a jar or container when it comes out of it's cocoon let it out it's wings are wet from the cocoon and if you don't it will die
caterpillars turn into butterflies by shedding their last skin and turning into a cocoon or crsyls. (*
No, they are not poisonous unless we eat them. so you can touch them, grow them and study them without getting poisoned. you have probably seen them on a tall plant with yellow flowers, this is called ragweed. the plant is poisonous and if you touch it i highly advice you wash your hands. the cinnabar caterpillar eats the poison and when they are finished they move to another plant. after they cocoon they turn… Read More
Thrushes, except for robins, do not appear to seek out caterpillars for food, but they will certainly eat them if they happen to come across them.
Thrush birds do not eat caterpillars because they are too big for them to handle. Thrush birds mainly eat worms, snails, and very small insects. ************************************************* Members of the Thrush family are omnivorous, eating caterpillars, and invertebrates, especially earthworms and snails, as well as soft fruit and berries.
These small black hair coated caterpillars eat grass and weeds. They mature into tiger moths when they emerge from their cocoons.
Any animal that is faster, such as birds, lizards, small mammals, and is even sometimes regarded as food to the larger animals if the animal is close to death. Also, if caterpillars get too close to the water, they can be eaten by fish or frogs. Caterpillars are also prey to many other bugs and insects, including spiders.
A growing butterfly
Caterpillars belong to the kingdom Animalia.
no they actually are dead
you have talk to the butterfly and ask ' do you have any eggs' it will flap its wings twice for yes and once for no
No; they are endothermic.
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Caterpillars are the immature, or larval form of insects, usually moths. They change into a pupa, and then an adult insect. That is part of their normal life cycle, so there is nothing unusual about this.
put it out of its misery
The Hawk moth caterpillar lives in England, Scotland, and India
in bushes trees plants gardens forests rainforest's
Because animals such as caterpillars and snakes do not shed dead skin cells individually, an entire layer peals off at once instead. Whereas us humans shed millions of dead skin cells every day without us realizing it. :)
it was eaten by a chicken
Purple and white
Yes. They vary from a few millimetres to a few tensof mm long, depending on species and age.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder but in general: Moths -have furry fuzzy antennae (about 2/3rds of their antennae are used to pick up pheremones and locate members of the opposite sex) -Dull white/grey/brown coloration -have a hook (frenulum ) at tip of wing to hook wings together -have 6 fully formed legs -have furry bodies -over 100 million years old (flew around with the dinosaurs) Burtterflies -have sleek smooth antennae with knobs… Read More
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Answer A Butterfly's appearance varies from breed to breed, with each type having its own destinctive wing markings and size. There are, however, many defining features common to all butterflies. Butterflies a insects, so by definition have a three sectioned body, a head, an thorax and an abdomen. They all have six legs and four wings, a forewing and a hindwing on each side of its body. They have a long tounge that cirlces in… Read More
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water and food both count towards your pet's hunger thing so they are the exact same.unlike marapets.
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Nobody puts worms in tequila. But under the influence of Mexico City entrepreneur Jacobo Lozano Paez since 1950, people put red or white agave worms in mescal bottles. Locals relish eating the worm because of its reputed aphrodisiac properties and residue from burrowing into the agave plantâ€™s pineapple-like heart.
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No. Yes caterpillars do sleep. If you watch closely when they are up on the trees they will sleep near they closest food resources, like trees plants or leaves. Caterpillars are way too busy to sleep. They are in a constant process of eating and growing and molting (shedding skins that are too small, so they can keep growing.) A caterpillar molts a total of five times, after which its skin is transformed into a… Read More
It is not a caterpillar -- it is the larvae of a June beetle: "June beetle larvae are easy to identify because they crawl upside down on their backs with their feet upward." Source: Darrell Blackwelder, Salisbury Post, September 25, 2009.
the butterfly lives in the trees and plants Lepidoptera larvae (butterfly) are usually found on their food plant, but may be well hidden. They can often be found by looking for damaged leaves. Frass may be visible around the base of the plant or under a tree. Pre-pupal larvae often wander off of the food plant in search of a good place to pupate.
a cocoon cant turn into a caterpiller because a caterpiller turns into a cocoon then turns into a butterfly
the caterpillars don't eat grasses. they eat leaves. yes catterpillers eat grass
Overwintering eggs hatch early in the season, then the caterpillars start eating like crazy and building their tent. they become fully grown by late spring or summer, and during the growing process they can actually eat every leaf from a tree, so that the tree must redevelop all of its leaves.Once the caterpillars are grown they wander off and hide themselves in well protected places such as a piece of tree bark laying against rock.There… Read More
My three year old was holding an American Dagger Moth caterpillar and told me it stung her on her arm as it was crawling about. The "sting" so to speak actually made her itch for a little bit. It wasn't until days, or even a week later that she developed little skin colored bumps on both arms. I am assuming the "rash" bumps are from the caterpillar but not 100% sure. She does not itch… Read More
a larva substance with 12 legs and many different patterns
A caterpillar is the larva stage of a butterfly or moth. A caterpillar hatches from the eggs of a butterfly or a moth. After a given amount of time, it then forms a cocoon, a casing of filament spun from its own silk glands. The caterpillar remains in this cocoon for protection while its body transforms into a butterfly or moth.
Herpetophobia is the fear of reptiles
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they turn brown because of many reasons. one of the most common is smoking. when u smoke the smoke stains the nails. it can be pretty gross. nothing can help it, unless u stop smoking. u might also have a disease or nail fungus. anyway, they're all gross.
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Birds will eat butterflies. Also hornets will lay their eggs in caterpillars. Ants, wasps, flies, snakes, toads, preying mantis, frogs, dragonflies, lizards, cats, monkeys and spiders will eat butterflies. Some will eat only the eggs, others the caterpillars, and the rest will eat the adults.
I've read an article that says the lectin in undercooked rice can cause food poisoning.
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They are the larvae of moths of the family geometridae, a large, cosmopolitan group with over 1,200 species indigenous to North America. Also called measuring worms, spanworms, and loopers
American Dagger Moth is a furry yellow caterpillar with long black "lashes" on each end.
I would look at the ignition or fuel pump. most of the time it is the fuel pump. on a 98 if the pump has not been changed the old one will not produce the right pressure, it will be to low.
Most of them have dentures made especially for butterflies by and insect dentist.
Caterpillars produce us with silk.
In the Disney version of Alice in Wonderland, the smoking caterpillar does not have a name. He's just called "the caterpillar". In the Tim Burton version of Alice in Wonderland, the smoking caterpillar is called Absolem.