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Hickory Horned Devil - Egg to Caterpillar - Citheronia regalis

Hickory Horned Devil - Egg to Caterpillar - Citheronia regalis
Duluth, Fulton County, Georgia, USA
August 21, 2004
Now he's a little less than two weeks old. Most of the black has faded and even the horns are turning from black to red. The spiracles are now conspicuous as are most of the general markings of the final instar, albeit in different colors.

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