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Photo#327315
Fuzzy thingie large - Eriocampa juglandis

Fuzzy thingie large - Eriocampa juglandis
Jim Thorpe, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, USA
August 31, 2009
Size: about 1 inch
a caterpillar? on a Black Walnut and it was eating it. I've never seen anything like this--it neat looking!

Edit: I had miss IDed the tree. I had thought it was a sumac-I went back and checked and it was Walnut...

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Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Ladybird Beetle larva, I think
There are at least 2 genera that look similar, I'm not sure how to differentiate.

Genus Cryptolaemus:


Genus Scymnus:

 
This seemed huge compared the
This seemed huge compared to the descriptions here. BTW-I still have this big one. Should take under shots?

 
...
That does seem too large to be a lady beetle. I'm not sure what it is then, haha, I'm sure someone else will know though!

 
I got a good look at the head
I got a good look at the head-it looks like a sawfly larvae.
Found it! Genus Eriocampa -- Butternut Woolly Worm ^__^

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