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This caterpillar is a member of the Hawk moths. It has a dark horn that starts with yellow. The head has a row of yellow bumps. The caterpillar is green with a blue green strip down its back and dark surrounding each spiracles (breathing hole).
The larvae feed on plants including honeysuckle, viburnum, hawthorn, snowberry, cherry, and plum. This one is on a honeysuckle.
Spotted on Jun 19, 2012
Submitted on Jun 21, 2012