What Is a Caterpillars Scientific Name?

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Caterpillars are known as Melachacka jeseri. Caterpillars are voracious feeders and have poor vision, something that makes them to rely on their short antennae in locating. They characteristically have tubular, segmented bodies with three pairs of true legs on three thoracic segments.
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