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Campaea perlata

Campaea perlata
Kennebunk, York County, Maine, USA
January 8, 2016
Found on snow surface.

Moved
Moved from Geometrid Moths.

JIm, might any of the following be Alsophila?


 
John and Jane
I think all of these might be Alsophila, though in the third and fifth image I'm not sure if I'm seeing the much-reduced anterior third proleg.

The much-reduced anterior-mos
The much-reduced anterior-most prolegs point to Alsophila, I believe,

 
Looking again, I think I see
Looking again, I think I see signs of a ventral fringe. This as well as the brown color, lankier proportions, and wintering as a caterpillar make me think Campaea perlata is more likely correct.

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