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The azalea caterpillar is often found on azaleas (Rhododendron spp.) and, sometimes,blueberries. Often, the caterpillars completely defoliate much of the plant before they are detected. While the caterpillar appears hairy, it is harmless to humans and can be picked off the bushes by hand.
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