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Insect? - Acharia stimulea

Insect? - Acharia stimulea
Odenton, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA
July 7, 2014
Size: 1.5 mm
3 of these tiny yellow creatures appeared on the wall near an exterior light. They crawl very slowly. Class Insecta?

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Insect? - Acharia stimulea Insect? - Acharia stimulea

Great ID
I went back and checked my moth records, and I found that the only slug moth that visited the same location as these little caterpillars was a indeed a Saddleback Caterpillar Moth on 6/25/2014.


Moved from ID Request.

if you want to save them
they will probably eat can get them on a piece of paper very gently and put them on oak if you have some..some also eat rose.

Looks to be a baby caterpillar
in the Limacodidae, or one of those slug moth families. Nice find.

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