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Photo#757594
Cocoon ID Please - Lophocampa caryae

Cocoon ID Please - Lophocampa caryae
Crittenden, Grant County, Kentucky, USA
March 30, 2013
Size: about an inch
This cocoon was attached to this piece of bark found on the old-growth woods floor in the leaf litter. Do you know what bug?

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Moved from ID Request.

looks like
a tiger moth..if you kept it you can find out who it is

 
I would guess hickory tussock moth

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