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Photo#1346205
Large caterpillar - Dicogaster coronada

Large caterpillar - Dicogaster coronada
Pena Blanca Lake, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
March 11, 2017
Size: 50 mm

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Moved

The white spot behind the head
and the white rings around the abdomen also match Dicogaster

You can see the face a little better on this one

 
Yes, indeed
Thank you John and Jane for taking the time to re-examine these photos.

We changed our mind
What do you think of

 
The lateral view of the head
seems to match Dicogaster coronada. Too bad there is no frontal view. The frontoclypeus and adfrontal area appear to match your initial diagnosis (Gloveria). Toss-up?

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