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Orange-barred Sulfur (winter female)


Bright yellow with brown stripped caterpillar. Found on a small yellow cassia plant

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ceherzog 10 years ago
Orange-barred Sulphur (winter female)
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alicelongmartin 10 years ago

Sam you are right about the Cassia bush and the Caterpilar. Likely he has been eating the flowers.

craigwilliams 10 years ago

Yeah, looks like it could well be. They seem to be like this when they're eating flowers rather than leaves -great camo!

Sam5 10 years ago

Thanks. I thinks it's the caterpillar for the cloudless sulphur butterfly. But I'm not completly sure. I know that the the cloudless sulphur butterfly uses the cassia as its larval plant

craigwilliams 10 years ago

Cool caterpillar! Hope you get an ID

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Orlando, Florida, USA

Spotted on Oct 29, 2011
Submitted on Oct 30, 2011

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