Identifying Caterpillar Insects

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Identifying a caterpillar can be a challenge. There are many insects that start life as larvae, and they do not all turn into butterflies or moths. Insects like craneflies, sawflies and beetles can have very caterpillar-like larvae.. Caterpillars look somewhat like the worms, centipedes, millipedes, or the larvae of other insects, but you can identify a caterpillar by certain body features. You can also identify a particular species of caterpillar if you know its habits, and there are a number of resources that can help you identify a particular caterpillar..Many identification requests received are from those concerned whether a caterpillar is either a health hazard - see hairy caterpillars, or will damage their vegetables, fruit trees or shrubs. Most caterpillars are harmless and form a vital part in the food chain supporting many animals.. Furry Caterpillar Types and Identification Guide. by GreenMind 22. Entomology. Green Caterpillar Identification and Guide. by GreenMind 8. Entomology. I bugs and caterpillars but I found a cool one today. A yellow hairy caterpillar. Its a American Dagger caterpillar. forest01 . 4 years ago..

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