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  • Info Caterpillar is the common name for the larvae of members of the order Lepidoptera (the insect order comprising butterflies and moths). more...
  • He is then said to have given his gold caterpillar in marriage.
  • He also has shown that singing caterpillars occur widely throughout the world.
  • Certain plants are also grown as a food source for their caterpillars.
  • He is slow but good enough - he can go anywhere, because of his caterpillar tracks.
  • When they move over the branches, caterpillars may travel head to tail in small groups or alone.
  • Caterpillars rarely remain in outbreak numbers for more than two to three years.
  • The general public have been asked to look out for these caterpillars and to report them, rather than deal with them themselves.
  • Caterpillar hair can be a cause of human health problems.
  • Several species of this genus have caterpillars which produce wild silk of commercial importance.
  • The caterpillars feed on dead wood and take two years to develop.
  • Then the caterpillar's skin comes off for the final time.
  • Then the caterpillar's skin comes off for the final time.
  • Caterpillars feed on leaves and flowers of the host plant and sometimes surrounding plants.
  • She published poetry in Caterpillar and from this point began to view herself as a poet.
  • Its caterpillars live inside a self-made case built from a folded piece of leaf.
  • The caterpillar is green with red and dark brown lines.
  • This acts as a further defense of the plant against the caterpillars.
  • Caterpillars grow rapidly and typically complete their larval development in seven to eight weeks.
  • Once he is on the caterpillar he sees his brother being walked to a white van by the stranger.
  • The caterpillars feed on dead and dried out leaves and similar plant material.
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Words starting with caterpillar

Synonyms of caterpillar

Meaning of caterpillar

  • noun A wormlike and often brightly colored and hairy or spiny larva of a butterfly or moth
  • noun A large tracked vehicle that is propelled by two endless metal belts; frequently used for moving earth in construction and farm work