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Photo#31701
Isa textula, Crowned Slug?? - Isa textula

Isa textula, Crowned Slug?? - Isa textula
Morton Arboretum, DuPage County, Illinois, USA
September 14, 2005
Size: 3/4 inch
Found this guy underneath a maple leaf. I checked Wagner's book plus the photos here but had no luck.

Another possibility would be
Another possibility would be a larval stage of a tortoise beetle (Cassidinae):

http://bugguide.net/node/view/308/bgpage

Probably correct.
You are probably correct with your ID: something in the Limacodidae. Might have recently molted, also, which might account for a lack of vibrant color.

 
Just got a reply back from an
Just got a reply back from another source...he said it is a dead or parasitized Isa textula, aka Crowned Slug.

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