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Subject: What kind of bug is this?
Location: Cebu, Philippines
July 17, 2015 6:01 am
I don’t know what this bug is and I’m dying to find out. My curiosity is killing me. It’s a very tiny bug supporting a huge shell of some kind of wood shavings , if you will. Hoping for an answer!!
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Bagworm

Bagworm

This is a Bagworm, the caterpillar of a moth in the family Psychidae.  Bagworms construct shelters from bits of plant that act as camouflage as well as protection.

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: Cebu, Philippines

2 Responses to Bagworm from the Philippines

  1. david hanson says:

    question on a small greenish color catapillar with a thorn at each end of it was cleaning leaves out of a tambis fruit tree and brushed over it and felt like needles burning my skin how toxic is this insect its eating up my tree the thorns are of a yellow color on the catapillar

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