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Photo#1506869
caterpillar eating rain lily - Cydosia aurivitta

caterpillar eating rain lily - Cydosia aurivitta
Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
April 4, 2018
compare with cerathosia image on this site: austinbug.com/callforcaterpillars.html ( austinbug.com/extra/cerathosia.jpg )

compare with Cydosia nobilitella on bugguide: https://bugguide.net/node/view/360763/bgimage

Images of this individual: tag all
caterpillar eating rain lily - Cydosia aurivitta caterpillar eating rain lily - Cydosia aurivitta caterpillar eating rain lily - Cydosia aurivitta

Yes, if this had been photographed in south Florida
we would have been looking at Cydosia also. Do you think we should move yours to Cydosia aurivitta? We will

 
Cydosia
I'll defer to your expertise. I'm not sure whether it's cerathosia or cydosia at this point.

Moved
Not sure why these look so different from what Valerie posted, but these certainly look like the image in Owlets.

 
Cydosia?
It looks kind of like Cydosia nobilitella to me:
https://bugguide.net/node/view/360763/bgimage

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