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Photo#171753
black-eyed susan inchworm - Eupithecia miserulata

black-eyed susan inchworm - Eupithecia miserulata
Colrain, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
July 20, 2004
I see these all the time, eating the disk flowers on black-eyed susans in the garden.

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Moved
Moved from Eupithecia.

Nice to see the adult from the larva
Without the adult image, I'd have guessed some kind of Pug for this caterpillar - check here and here and see what you think.

 
Eupithecia
Thanks... The adult sure looks a lot like members of that genus. With 150 species to choose from, maybe that's the best I can hope for (clearly there are some that can be eliminated, but several seem pretty close).

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