Hairy caterpillars

Subject: Hairy caterpillars
From: R & J Frankenberg <>
Date: Sun, 06 Apr 2003 23:19:52 +1000
Off topic, but we have 'Procession caterpillars' as we call them living on
Golden wattles (A pycnantha) around the garden.  I noticed a procession the
other day - leaving a wattle that had been completely denuded, and heading
directly towards a couple of other wattles about 50 metres away - how did
they know which direction to go for the next meal?   Fascinating things.


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