Pussy caterpillars with ‘hot knife-like’ stings are changing all over Virginia

Pussy caterpillars with 'hot knife-like' stings are changing all over Virginia

A strange little insect that looks like a walking hat and scares Variania like a poisonous moss from the back of a limestone this year, according to the state. Forest Department (VDoF).

The venomous pus caterpillar is a larval form of the southern flannel worm (Meglophysis opercularis), And if you see one you should stay away from it. Its “hair” is actually the backbone that makes it one of the most toxic sugars in the United States. A Kent County woman described the sensation of “a sharp knife passing through the outside of my calf” when she slammed into someone in the front door of her car. According to the Daily Progress.

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