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Possibly Tiger moths? - Seirarctia echo

Possibly Tiger moths? - Seirarctia echo
Miami, Miami-Dade/South Florida/Zone 10B County, Florida, USA
March 16, 2020
The tiny caterpillar is an Atala; the plant is Zamia integrifolia. Are the large caterpillars 2 different species? Or different instars of the same? The habitat is recently burned Pinerockland.

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We'll pick the larger and more numerous of the two species.

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two large ones are Seirarctia echo...
small one is Eumaeus atala; both known to feed on cycads

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