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Tussock Moth Caterpillar

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 12 Months
Trend: declining
MOM change: -0.07%
 5 Years
Trend: growing
MOM change: 0.62%

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We tracked 8 total in the last 3 months

Here is the late instar caterpillar before entering the pupal stage. ... hairs with four clumps of tussock crests that resemble toothbrushes. After... will metamorphose into a rusty tussock moth. The rusty tussock moth in entomology is called...)*, it is a species of moth belonging to the family Erebidae. ![...
Published on 2021-03-22 in the Beauty of Creativity forum
This discussion is in English.
... far too many of those Tussock Moth Caterpillars here. We also have... can cause an allergic reaction. Tussock Moth caterpillar.
Published on 2021-04-24 in the Off Topic Discussions forum
This discussion is in English.
... far too many of those Tussock Moth Caterpillars here. We also have... can cause an allergic reaction. Tussock Moth caterpillar.
Published on 2021-04-24 in the Off Topic Discussions forum
This discussion is in English.
A couple of exhibits just under the wire, perhaps. Don't Know what this moth is, but I think the stucco might be the star of this show. The Tussock Moth Caterpillar is hard to beat for Rose Parade gaudiness. Regards, Troy
Published on 2021-03-28 in the Sony Cyber-shot Talk forum
This discussion is in English.
A couple of exhibits just under the wire, perhaps. Don't Know what this moth is, but I think the stucco might be the star of this show. The Tussock Moth Caterpillar is hard to beat for Rose Parade gaudiness. Regards, Troy
Published on 2021-03-28 in the Sony Cyber-shot Talk forum
This discussion is in English.
Quote: Originally Posted by BACKTOTHESEA Gypsy moth or something else? Any webs in trees? These http://blogs.ifas.ufl.edu/polkco/2020/03/25/what-is-that-fuzzy-caterpillar-falling-from-my-oak-tree/#:~:text=Oak%20trees%20are%20a%20host,tussock%20mo th%20(Orgyia%20leucostigma).
Published in Marblehead, Ohio on 2021-04-06 in the Dockside Chat forum
This discussion is in English.
Quote: Originally Posted by BACKTOTHESEA Gypsy moth or something else? Any webs in trees? These http://blogs.ifas.ufl.edu/polkco/2020/03/25/what-is-that-fuzzy-caterpillar-falling-from-my-oak-tree/#:~:text=Oak%20trees%20are%20a%20host,tussock%20mo th%20(Orgyia%20leucostigma).
Published in Marblehead, Ohio on 2021-04-06 in the Dockside Chat forum
This discussion is in English.