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Allantus nigritibialis

Allantus nigritibialis
Marlton, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
September 28, 2007
Size: Maybe around 20 mm?
I believe the number of prolegs and colied-up pose (later image) make sawfly larvae a good guess. Is species possible? Found on rose bush.

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Moved
Moved from Allantus. ID by Dave Smith on this image

crazy looking
eye

 
Yes
Eye detail is remarkable. Looks angry :^).

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