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Leopard moth caterpillar

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MrsPbio
MrsPbio 6 years ago

With no size specified, it's sorta hard to see if it's an all-black "Wooly Bear" or a Leopard Moth caterpillar. Wooly Bear caterpillars become Isabella Moths, and Leopard Moth caterpillars become.... well... Leopard Moths. (lol). Leopard Moth Caterpillars are nearly 2x the size of Wooly Bears; I've seen them about 2 inches- unstretched. with visible red skin between the black fuzz.
I'm inclined to say Leopard Moth,.

paf1027
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paf1027

penna, USA

Spotted on Sep 9, 2014
Submitted on Sep 10, 2014

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