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Major Sallow - Feralia major

Major Sallow - Feralia major
west of Ottawa, Lanark, White Lake, Three Mile Bay, Ontario, Canada
June 17, 2015
I think this caterpillar looks a lot like other pictures on your site. It's not identical though.

You may be able to peek inside
When we go here and click on Print Book, we get an option to look inside and the ability to search on 'Pine Sallow' which allows us to look at what they call page 329. Not sure if that works for everyone. The book is listed at some outrageous $400 or so though it originally sold for about 30 or 40 dollars. Not sure if they are waiting for a second printing or something.

Moved from ID Request. Do you have Owlets? Fits the description on pg 337 quite well

Forgive me. I don't understa
Forgive me. I don't understand the question "Do you have owlets?" I can't see page numbers on bugguide. Are you referring to a book?

Yes, sorry
Owlet Caterpillars(1) book

Thanks. I don't have it, but
Thanks. I don't have it, but I'll look for it. Thanks for the reference.

Face is not right for Lapara
Maybe more likely something like Feralia major?

Feralia major doesn't seem qu
Feralia major doesn't seem quite right either, unless it is an 'instar' issue.

I've changed my mind. I do t
I've changed my mind. I do think my caterpillar looks just like a feralia major. Thanks for all the help

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