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Banded Tussock Moth maybe ?


Thanks Peter


Perhaps Halysidota harrisii?


Probably Halysidota tessellar


Halysidota


or Halysidota harrisii?


Halysidota


We think there was a discussion at some point


Tussock Moth


More likely Halysidota harris


Halysidota


ID


Either


Moved


Halysidota sp.


Halysidota


Halysidota tessellaris - Hodges #8203


Could be...


Probably 8203 - Halysidota tessellaris


There are now nine images of


Our first thought is


Halysidota


Looks like something in Halysidota?


Our first thought is


We would suggest


Halysidota


Looks to be


You're within the range for b


You're within the range for b


You're within the range for b


Maybe Halysidota harrisii


Maybe Halysidota harrisii


Halysidota tessellaris or harrisii


Halysidota tessellaris or H. harrisii (#8203 or 8204)


Halysidota


Yes, it does look to be Halysidota harrisii


I am surprised... but OK


There are no records of harrisii


ID


My guess:


Our first thought was that it might be Clostera


Halysidota


Halysidota


Yes, Jim,


Halysidota harrisii or tessellaris


Halysidota harrisii or tessellaris


Just Halysidota


Moved


-


Moved


Since they look identical, th


Since they look identical, th


Since they look identical, th


Since they look identical, th


Since they look identical, th


Since they look identical, th


Halysidota harrisii


Moved


Erebidae


Since they look identical, th


Since they look identical, th


Moved


Halysidota sp.


Tussock Moth


Steve is correct. There is no


You are located within the ra


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Looks like Halysidota sp.


Halysidota harrisii rash


From the


No Halysidata harrisii in Emerado, North Dakota...


No Halysidata harrisii in Emerado, North Dakota...


Halysidota harrisii - Hodges #8204


I cannot help with the instar but....


Genus level


Is this a


check


Moved


Moved


looks like


Yes


How about...


Resembles


Or maybe


Caterpillar could be


Halysidota harrisii


Wonder if that means that the host in both cases was


Sycamore Tussock


How about


Found on a sycamore -


Looks like


Has the look of Halysidota


Sycamore Tussock Moth?


Looks to me like....


We're guessing that with those deep lobes


Harris' Tussock Moth Caterpillar - Halysidota harrisii