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The 'Wolly Bear' catapilar is the fluffy long haired larva of the Tri Tri Couloured Tiger Moth. The long ginger and black hairs all originate from black bead like structures along the body.
Feeding on a vast array of vegitation types, Wolly bear catapilars are common residents in gardens where they may become pests. But they can be found an a wide array of soft leafed plants, especially trees.
This is our first Moth Week upload and as it is still winter here moths are few and far between. we will endovour to find more