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Notodontid?  - Lapara bombycoides

Notodontid? - Lapara bombycoides
Copake Falls, Columbia County, New York, USA
September 25, 2013

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Notodontid?  - Lapara bombycoides Notodontid?  - Lapara bombycoides

Moved
Moved from Lapara.

Green, rather than orangish, true legs and white pines are diagnostic for L. bombycoides. Additionally, L. coniferarum is rather localized in NY, being found primarily in pine barrens type habitat with an abundance of pitch pine.

Do you know which species of pine were overhead?
We seem to remember that Ryan wants to know the color of the true legs also. But then again, location may be all that he needs!

 
Pines
There were white pines overhead.

Moved
Moved from Butterflies and Moths.
That's sneaky--a hornworm with no horn!

How about Pine Sphinx?
Ryan should be able to say which one

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