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Las orugas hambrientas pueden causar mucho daño a sus preciadas plantas. Su mejor defensa es explorar su paisaje con regularidad. Mire sus plantas cuidadosamente un par de veces a la semana. Si ve daños por masticación, intente encontrar al insecto responsable. Probablemente sea una oruga. Fuente: Jardinería en un minuto, orugas en plantas ornamentales. Caterpillars on Ornamentals

Las orugas son la etapa larval de los insectos del orden Lepidoptera, que incluye mariposas y polillas. 

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