Caterpillar /ˈkætərˌpɪlər/ is the common name for the larvae of members of the
order ... agricultural produce, whereas the moths are obscure and do no direct
harm. ... ...
The bristles, or setae, are a means of defense for many caterpillars. While the
bristles on some species do not cause irritation, others have urticating hairs that ...
. Yes they have bristles.
No. Some are hairless. ... What does it mean if a caterpillar is all slimy and its legs
are stuck together? That would mean ... Do caterpillars have bristles or hair?
Caterpillars have a segmented body consisting of a head, a thorax (with three
pairs of .... Caterpillars sense touch through tiny hairs (setae) that are all over the
Although they have poor eyesight and hearing, they do have a series of six tiny
eyelets ... These caterpillars have spiny bristles or long fine hairs that will irritate ...
Jun 24, 2012 ... The fuzzy darlings of many a children's book do more than hang out on trees ...
Stinging caterpillars have urticating hairs — hollow bristles that ...
The caterpillars with bristles use the bristles as a defense mechanism. The
bristles often are ... Insects: How many legs does a caterpillar have? ... in which
the water doesn't soak your hair or spray against the mirror or get in your eyes,
5 days ago ... Caterpillars do not have good vision. ... These caterpillars have spiny bristles or
long fine hair-like setae with detachable tips that will irritate by ...
Sep 16, 2009 ... Some species of caterpillars have urticating hairs which can cause extreme
itching, skin ... How does one come into contact with the hairs?