our campsite in western Massachusetts, we spotted this odd insect
sitting on our equipment. We had no clue what this thing was. It
seemed very docile and showed a love for the piece of beef jerky
Hooch gave to it. We found the orange and black tufts of hair very peculiar.
We enjoyed this insects company so much we named it Moe. Months later Hooch identified it as a Lady Bug
Larvae. This was a great surprised for all of us since we were not
aware that lady bugs have larvae's. Also it was strange that it was
much larger than the average lady bug.