Sleeping after caterpillars occurs more frequently in the Heilbronn area and can have serious consequences for allergy sufferers.
He is a beautiful insect. With its white wings that reach a wingspan of up to 35 millimeters. But the caterpillars of Goldfors, also found in the Heilbronn area, are less likely to be with them. Because they are not only pests, but also have poisonous stinging hairs, like the caterpillars of the oak procession moth. And if an opening opens in the crown of these hairs and the poison is released, it can be very painful for humans.
Gold after-caterpillars are currently lurking in woods such as fruit or avenue trees and hedges. Mean Thing: Their webs can be found in the shoot tips of branches. And of these, the butterfly caterpillar, which occurs even more frequently in the Heilbronn area, may fall down – for those who should avoid close encounters with this beetle for the time being. And didn’t notice anything without them. Stinging hair results, which in most cases causes the following reactions that last for days:
- skin redness
- itchy swelling
- wheel build
Heilbronn: warning against contact with caterpillars – violent reactions in humans
However, contact with gold extractor hair can be really difficult for allergy sufferers. In the worst cases, symptoms on contact are fever and chills. However, since their venomous hairs can also linger when mowing the lawn, for example, shortness of breath is one of them. Experts certainly advise anyone who has had irritable contact with a butterfly’s venomous caterpillar to see a doctor. However, the same should happen in case of a venomous bite of this spider living in the Heilbronn region.
Our palms are a bit leathery, but you should avoid contact with the back of the hand and face.
Good news for all fruit tree owners: their trees regenerate after being eaten by a gold juicer—unlike trees that are attacked by a monster forest pest. Martin Feucht himself bred gold oyster caterpillars and can only find very few scary reports about golden oyster caterpillars. across from eco24.d The NABU expert for butterflies explains: “Our palms are a bit leathery, but you should avoid contact with the back of the hand and face.”
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