Where Do Caterpillars Live?

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Caterpillars live on the underside of leaves of their host plants. Some hide during the day in the shelters of grass and leaves and then feed at night. They may feed on the whole leave of the host plant.
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Caterpillars live in places where they cannot be caught by predators. Therefore, they will prefer places like the bottom of leaves of the plants they feed from. You can find more information here: http://www.gardenswithwings.com/identify-caterpillars.html
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