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Photo#339377
Dot-lined White Moth caterpillar - Artace cribrarius

Dot-lined White Moth caterpillar - Artace cribrarius
Bayou Bluff Campground, Ozark National Forest, Pope County, Arkansas, USA
May 19, 2009
Size: 1 1/4th inches
This is one of the strangest caterpillars I have seen. Looks like a bald man who let what he has left grow too long. Found in the Ozark forests.

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Dot-lined White Moth caterpillar - Artace cribrarius Dot-lined White Moth caterpillar  - Artace cribrarius

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We were going to suggest
possibly Artace cribraria

 
That's it exactly.
Thanks so much!

take a look at the tolype caterpillers.
i dont see an exact match but its not a lappet, i have a lappet here, and its similar but not the same.

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