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 Spruce Caterpillars?

Answer The caterpillar of the western spruce budworm (Choristoneura occidentalis) can cause extensive defoliation of spruce trees. The tree's needles and buds suffer severe damage from the spruce caterpil... Read More »
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How to Get Rid of Caterpillars?

Caterpillars will eventually become colorful butterflies or moths, but large numbers of caterpillars can become a serious problem for your garden because they consume your tree foliage, vegetables,... Read More »
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How do you get caterpillars to go away?

Depending on the type of caterpillar, you may not want to get rid of it. It could be a butterfly caterpillar. If it is definitely a pest caterpillar, they sell a something you can put on your plant... Read More »
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How to Eat Caterpillars?

Do you require a little extra protein in your diet? Protein-filled caterpillars may be just the thing you need! Try one of these methods of "delicious" preparations.
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Carnivorous Caterpillars?

The great majority of caterpillars are vegetarian. Out of the 160,000 or so known species of butterfly and moths, only around 1 percent are though to eat meat, primarily soft-bodied insects and spi... Read More »
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