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Wavy-lined Emerald Moth Caterpillar - Hodges #7058 - Synchlora

Wavy-lined Emerald Moth Caterpillar - Hodges #7058 - Synchlora
Spanish Fort (Meaher Park), Baldwin County, Alabama, USA
September 18, 2008
It's true. They color-coordinate their wardrobes to match their environment.

Moved
Moved from Wavy-lined Emerald.

Moved
Moved from Synchlora.

Good experiment!
Very interesting! I will try to do the same thing. Did yo remove the petal bits when you moved it or just let him change its outfit at its leisure?
I wonder what their favorite host plants are. Maybe they are quite flexible. I usually see them in Asteraceae.

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