Photo: Wooly bully caterpillar

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The white-marked tussock moth (Orgyia leucostigma) starts its life as a fuzzy larvae, but you don’t want to touch it. Many humans are allergic to its hairs. These moths are common throughout eastern North America. The adults are grey and brown, and males have a white spot on their forewings.

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