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The above is a video of the jewel caterpillar. They belong to the family of moths known as Dalceridae. Scientists have identified around 84 different species of Dalceridae moths, whose larvae are sometimes called “slug caterpillars” because they are so gooey. If you search for “Dalceridae” in Google Images, you’ll see different larvae with the same roly poly bug shape and gumdrop spines, but different colors and patterns. (Video) Facebook | Instagram | Scary Story Website

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