The larval state of a butterfly or any lepidopterous insect; sometimes, but less commonly, the larval state of other insects, as the sawflies, which are also called false caterpillars. The true caterpillars have three pairs of true legs, and several pairs of abdominal fleshy legs (prolegs) armed with hooks. Some are hairy, others naked. They usually feed on leaves, fruit, and succulent vegetables, being often very destructive, Many of them are popularly called worms, as the cutworm, cankerworm, army worm, cotton worm, silkworm.
The immature damaging stage of a butterfly or moth. Larva is general term for immature stages of moths (caterpillars), flies (maggots), beetles (grubs) and others.
name for stage that hatches from the egg; the larvae of butterflies and moths.
Is the second life cycle stage of a butterfly or moth. It is also called a larva. It is a worm like creature.
an immature butterfly or moth. Also known as a larva.
a wormlike and often brightly colored and hairy or spiny larva of a butterfly or moth
a butterfly on the inside
a butterfly, they are the same thing even if it doesnt look like one
an upholstered worm
a symbol for change - magical change - an ugly worm becomes a beautiful butterfly
A butterfly's larval stage. This is the second stage in the butterfly life cycle.
a soft bodied larva with a number of prolegs or false legs on the abdomen in addition to the six true thoracic legs. Usually refers to the larvae of moths and butterflies.
The insect larva of a butterfly or moth.
the elongated wormlike larva of a butterfly or moth.
the larva of a moth, butterfly, skipper, or sawfly
Also called "larva" (pl. larvae), the second stage of a butterfly's life
(noun) - the worm-like second stage in a butterfly life cycle, also called a larva.
(noun) the larval form of a moth or butterfly
the immature stage of any Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths)
Typically a larva with a conspicuous head, three pairs of thoracic legs and prolegs
A caterpillar is the larval stage of butterflies and moths. Caterpillars eat almost constantly and molt many times as they grow.
A caterpillar is the larval form of a lepidopteran (a member of the insect order comprised of butterflies and moths). They are mostly phytophagous in food habit, with some species being entomophagous. They grow through a series of moults and each intermediate stage is called an instar.