Fuzzy Yellow Caterpillar with Black Spikes?

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The American Dagger moth caterpillar is a fuzzy yellow caterpillar with black spikes. Their scientific name is Acronicta American.
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im wondering the same sorry i cant answer but im trying to find out what it is if i find out ill tell you.ps i have one getting in its cocoon. It's an American Dagger Moth. Hosts.
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1. Consider the shape of the creature you are looking at. A caterpillar has a small, sausage-shaped body which typically lies horizontally on a leaf or branch. It measure from 1/4
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A lime green caterpillar
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Well, we would need to know the general geographic area you found it at, because species differ based on where they live. Does it mostly prefer being on the ground, or up in a branch
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