Caterpillar /ˈkætərˌpɪlər/ is the common name for the larvae of members of the
order .... These bristles are called urticating hairs. A venom which is among the ...
Walking through your backyard or garden, you probably have seen a wide variety
of caterpillars. Some appear sleek, with a squishy skin, while others appear ...
Caterpillars have a segmented body consisting of a head, a thorax (with three
pairs of jointed legs with ... Each different caterpillar stage is called an instar.
Jan 18, 2016 ... The different instars a caterpillar goes through. ... colors and possibly grown hairs
, maybe with tufts called "pencils" or even spines or bristles!
Aug 29, 2014 ... Hickory Tussock caterpillars have bristles (hairs) that break off and ... but causes
an allergic reaction to a substance called urishiol in the plant.
These are called "butterfly gardens." Butterfly larvae are called caterpillars. ...
These bristles bother predators by lodging in the skin or mucous membranes.
A caterpillar is the larval form of a lepidopteran (a member of the insect order ...
caterpillars that have bristles associated with venom glands, called urticating ...
These tubules are called 'spiracles', and inside the body they connect together ...
These caterpillars have spiny bristles or long fine hairs that will irritate anything ...
Nature: The caterpillar of the Giant Leopard Moth, Hypercompe scribonia (
formerly Ecpantheria scribonaria), is coverd by shiny black bristles that are ... This
process--called "urtication"--is analogous to a bee sting, except that the poison is
Aug 15, 2010 ... The stinging bristles of the Saddleback caterpillar are unique structures. They are
called urticating hairs, essentially hollow structures with a ...