What Do Caterpillars Eat?

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Caterpillars are larval form of the order Lepidoptera, comprising of moths and butterflies. They eat plants called host plants, while the adult's butterflies drink nectar plants. Caterpillars don't eat if they do not have access to their specific host plants and thus they will die.
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Caterpillars usually eat leaves of various kinds of plants. Some caterpillars eat a variety of types of leaves, while others eat only specific varieties.
A lot of caterpillars eat plant leaves but some may possibly eat grass, bark or even other insects. They are very picky eaters and they eat merely their host plants. Some have a preference for other types of food to plant leaves.
Caterpillars usually eat leaves of various kinds of plants. Some caterpillars eat a variety of types of leaves, while others eat only specific varieties.
Leaves tend to be the most popular part of the plant for almost every caterpillar. Caterpillars generally feed on plants only, because they are herbivorous. Other than feeding on leaves, some caterpillars also eat flowers and berries.
Caterpillars eat plants. The caterpillar is the second stage of a butterfly's life, in this stage, caterpillars function is to eat and grow. Each butterfly species has a particular family of host plants or a few families from which their caterpillars must eat in order to survive.
Most caterpillars feed on plant material such as leaves or flowers. However, some caterpillars will also feed on seeds, pods, and even aphids.
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