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caterpillar? - Eumenes fraternus

caterpillar? - Eumenes fraternus
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
August 12, 2018
12 n. I assume the wasp is Eumenes fraternus. Can someone id the caterpillar?

I'm excited that one can see little egg and amazed that the caterpillar fit in there. It took perhaps 20 sec.

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caterpillar? - Eumenes fraternus caterpillar? - Eumenes fraternus caterpillar? - Eumenes fraternus

Moved
Moved from Eumenes.

Moved

It is a Geometridae
such as Melanolophia, but they are challenging to ID even when you can clearly see the entire cat :(

 
Thank you!
Feel free to frass.

 
please don't frass these photos
These are worth saving. As far as I can see, there's nothing quite like them in the guide

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