英訳をお願いします。脚がなくて頭でっかち、やたらと発達した牙のみが目立つこの種の幼虫は、芋虫嫌いの人に根源的な恐怖を呼び起こさせる形態をしています。

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The larvae of this species, which are legless, head-to-head, with only prominent and well-developed fangs, have a form that evokes a fundamental fear in caterpillar-haters. However, on the other hand, the reason why it was purposely attached to the compatibility of "gunworm" was none other than because it was used as edible. Even if it is Japan that insect eating is not active, it seems that the larvae of the beetle were widely eaten because of its good taste. Because they are in trees, they often appear when chopping firewood, and I hear that they were treated like "a snack as a bargain for labor". There are many areas overseas that are edible, and most famously the caterpillar "Whitti Grub" eaten by the indigenous Aboriginal people of Australia is the larva of this beetle. It is also called this way together with the moth "Boktouga" that eats into the trunk of the tree.

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2022/6/29 8:29

The larvae of this species, which are legless and headless, with only their overdeveloped fangs standing out, have a form that evokes a fundamental fear in those who dislike caterpillars. On the other hand, the reason why the caterpillar was given the nickname of "teppo-mushi" is because it is a familiar insect for human consumption. Even in Japan, where insect-eating is not a popular cuisine, the larvae of the longhorn beetle were widely consumed because of their taste. Because they are found in trees, they often appeared when chopping firewood, and were treated as "a snack as a reward for labor." The "witchetty grub," a famous caterpillar used by the Aboriginal people of Australia, is said to be the larva of this longhorn beetle. It is called this in conjunction with the moth "cossidae," which also feeds on tree trunks.

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The larvae of this species, which are legless, head-to-head, with only prominent and well-developed fangs, have a form that evokes a fundamental fear in caterpillar-haters. However, on the other hand, the reason why it was purposely attached to the compatibility of "gunworm" was none other than because it was used as edible. Even in Japan, where insect eating is not popular, it seems that the larvae of the beetle were widely eaten because of its good taste. Because they are in trees, they often appear when chopping firewood, and I hear that they were treated like "a snack as a bargain for labor". There are many areas overseas that are edible, and most famously the caterpillar "Whitti Grub" eaten by the indigenous Aboriginal people of Australia is the larva of this beetle. It is also called this way together with the moth "Boktouga" that eats into the trunk of the tree.

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