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Black Woolly

DAZ|Studio Insects posted on Dec 19, 2023
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One more caterpillar... as a kid, this was probably my first encounter with a Caterpillar... the Black Woolly (although through the rest of the US, the Woolly Bear (with orange in the middle) is most common). This caterpillar is found in the Southwestern United States and the bordering parts of Mexico. This species is a generalist feeder, consuming many plant species, including herbs and trees. This caterpillar does typically cause irritation, injury, inflammation, or swelling. Handling the caterpillar is discouraged, because their sharp, spiny hairs may cause dermatitis in some people. It becomes the Painted Tiger Moth.

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2:52PM | Tue, 19 December 2023

As always.........great to learn about all these critters through your creations and background info.........thanks again



3:28PM | Tue, 19 December 2023




5:13PM | Tue, 19 December 2023

Very cool image and also love the background on all the critters you create :)



12:24AM | Wed, 20 December 2023

Nice work!



4:55AM | Wed, 20 December 2023

You are a fantastic modeler of all kind of animals! You must be afraid about the vanishing of so many wild species!



6:31AM | Thu, 21 December 2023

This looks so natural and well thought through Ken.

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