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Photo#877206
Pink caterpillar w/ white stripe - Misogada unicolor? - Misogada unicolor

Pink caterpillar w/ white stripe - Misogada unicolor? - Misogada unicolor
Fort Worth, Texas, USA
December 1, 2013
Size: Approx. 1 1/2 " long
Rosy pink color w/ stripe down its back. No hair, spikes - just smooth. Gray-pink colored eyes. Found among sycamore leaves on a cool day. Possibly Misogada unicolor larva of Drab Prominent moth.

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Pink caterpillar w/ white stripe - Misogada unicolor? - Misogada unicolor Pink caterpillar w/ white stripe on back - Misogada unicolor

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Moved from ID Request.

Any more images?
Especially one where the pattern on the side would be visible? This is a Notodontid, either Macrurocampa (usually on oak) or Misogada (on Sycamore). Let's see what Laci thinks

 
Drab
Looks like Misogada to me, especially given that it was under sycamore leaves.

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