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Caterpillar - Orthosia hibisci

Caterpillar - Orthosia hibisci
Tomlinson Run State Park, Hancock County, West Virginia, USA
May 14, 2011
Speckled Green Fruitworm?

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I think so, but
Do you happen to have a side view?

 
No, sorry. What would you be
No, sorry. What would you be looking for on the side?

 
Side View
On the Speckled Green Fruitworm, the spiracular stripe runs ABOVE the spiracles on A1-A7 and BELOW the spiracles on T1 and A8, and it is especially strong on A7-A10. The spiracles are pale with a dark rim. It's just tough for me to tell about the spiracular stripe from this particular photo.

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