Is a yellow caterpillar a moth caterpillar?
Well it depends what kind of yellow caterpillar you are talking about, if the one you are suggesting about is the size and thickness of your thumb, then yes it is, it's proper name is a "Polyphemus Moth Caterpillar". Polyphemus eat maple, birch, willow and several other trees, but are seldom abundant enough to cause any damage. As big as they are, they are really hard to see among the foliage when they're resting. As with many caterpillars that leave the food plant to spin a cocoon, Polyphemus are sometimes seen wandering around in late summer. This caterpillar spins a tough, brown, oval cocoon that you may find attached to the eaves around your house during the winter.
Spotted tussock moth caterpillar
The fuzzy yellow caterpillar does not turn into a butter fly. The fuzzy yellow caterpillar turns into a species of moth.
The fuzzy black and yellow caterpillar is called a wooly bear caterpillar. This caterpillar turns into a Virginia tiger moth.
The fuzzy yellow caterpillar with the black dots is called a Lophocampa maculata. This type of caterpillar will turn into a Spotted Tussock Moth, Mottled Tiger or Spotted Halisidota Moth.
American Dagger Moth is a furry yellow caterpillar with long black "lashes" on each end.
You may be seeing a Yellow-Necked Caterpillar, which turns into the Yellow-Necked Caterpillar Moth once it matures. This caterpillar has what look like white hairs all over its body.
American dagger moth
There are some species of black and yellow caterpillars that are poisonous. These include the Monarch caterpillar and the Cinnabar moth caterpillar.
This caterpillar is called a Cerura Vinula. When it turns into a moth it is called a Puss Moth and they can be up to 3 inches in length while they are still a caterpillar.
American Dagger Moth Caterpillar.... I found one in my drive way
The caterpillar that is fuzzy and yellow with four yellow lumps on its back and antennae is the Rusty Tussock Moth. This can be found in oak trees.
What in the name of the caterpillar which is Black and bright yellow striped with a red head and thin black tail?
Frangipani sphinx moth caterpillar
A large caterpillar that is green with yellow horns is the Cecropia Moth. These caterpillars get larger than others and can get up 4.5 inches in length.
A green hairy caterpillar is called a Automeris io. It will eventually turn into a silk moth and it has spines to help protect it.
a caterpillar that turns into a moth is called a moth caterpillar! simple!! :)
A large fuzzy green caterpillar with yellow horns fell out of a tree and you are trying to find out what kind it is?
A large fuzzy green caterpillar with yellow horns is a Imperial Moth caterpillar. These will go back into the tree if left alone.
'Plutella xylostella' is the scientific, Latin or binomial name for the diamondback moth. The moth is the small, inconspicuous, grayish-brown adult stage of the insect. It's so called because of the white or pale yellow diamond pattern that forms when the wings come together at rest. The moth lays yellow eggs that hatch into a green caterpillar. The caterpillar is a most enthusiastic devourer of the leaves of such related food crops as broccoli, cabbage… Read More
I googled it and google sayed it was a viginian tiger moth or also known as the wolly bear moth.:)
Illinois has caterpillars that include the brown hooded owlet moth and monarch butterfly. Other caterpillars that are found in Illinois include the Asteroid, white-marked tussock moth, yellow-marked tussock moth, milkweed tussock moth, and the viceroy caterpillar.
Moth caterpillar's are fuzzy and butterfly caterpillar's are not
The yellow bear caterpillar eventually turns into the Virginia tiger moth. The moth is not poisonous, however some people have allergic reactions to it's body bristles.
The emperor moth caterpillar eats from plants while in the caterpillar stage. When it turns into the moth it will feed off of Heather and blackthorn.
Rash from a browntail moth caterpillar?
Yes, caterpillar can be the name of a baby moth OR butterfly.
The life cycle of a Buck moth caterpillar starts as an egg. Next, it morphs into a caterpillar, then cocoon, and lastly, it morphs into a moth.
The Cinabar Moth Caterpillar
The Hawk moth caterpillar lives in England, Scotland, and India
The caterpillar for the Dasychira Pudibunda moth resembles a sponge. This caterpillar is yellow and from a distance looks like a very small sponge.
From the sound of it you have a Garden Tiger Moth.
New Hampshire is home to a number of insects, including caterpillars. The Banded Woollybear Caterpillar Moth, Saddleback Caterpillar, Slug Caterpillar Moth, and Eastern Tent Caterpillar Moth can all be found in NH.
The caterpillar that is red and has pincers on its front is the Ailanthus webworm moth. This caterpillar is a member of the Bagworm moth family.
A hairy caterpillar is most likely to be a moth. If a caterpillar is hairy and fuzzy and long in length it must be a moth larva.
there is a monarch a moth and lots of other kinds. I once had a caterpillar that was yellow and had black hair and was very hairy.
I believe you are looking at a CECROPIA MOTH caterpillar, or Hyalophora cecropia.
What I think is the caterpillar of a lunar moth is munching on my gardenia bush.
No, a Polyphemus moth is not poisonous.
The name of a fuzzy yellow caterpillar with black spikes id the American Dager Moth. To find pictures of the American Dager Moth pick up a book on insects from your local library.
A Eastern Tent Caterpillar turns into a ................ moth! So, if you hold a lot of them then your holding a moth.
It sounds like the buck moth. They are black with yellow dots all along their body. The dots are in twos down their back.
It depends on what kind of butterfly or moth the caterpillar will grow up to be. The scientific name identifies the species, but a caterpillar is a general term for the larva of any butterfly or moth. linseed caterpillar
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.
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A caterpillar is a stage of life of a butterfly and of a moth.
Cinnabar moth caterpillar
Caterpillar is a young one of a butterfly or moth.
Yes it odes, but not as a moth, it comes as a caterpillar.
Yes it will turn into a moth!
It is safe to hold a Woolly Bear caterpillar. This type of caterpillar is often called a Fuzzy Wuzzy. the Woolly Bear will grow into the yellow Isabella Tiger Moth.