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The Woolly Bear eats grasses and forbs (small, herbaceous, non-woody broad-leaved vascular plants, like wild flowers).
The Woolly Bear begins its life as a tiny egg that hatches into a small caterpillar (the larval stage). After eating and growing a tremendous amout, the caterpillar pupates, spinning a silky cocoon around itself and eventually metamorphosing into a yellow-brown moth called the Isabella Tiger Moth (an orange moth with cream-colored wings and black spots).
Class Insecta, Order Lepidoptera, Family Arctiidae, Genus Isia or Pyrrharctia, Species I. isabella or P. isabella
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