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Gnophaela vermiculata caterpillar - Gnophaela vermiculata

Gnophaela vermiculata caterpillar - Gnophaela vermiculata
Maroon Bells, Pitkin County, Colorado, USA
December 31, 1969
Size: 1 1/2 +
This caterpillar was found chewing on a herb growing in an aspen grove by the lake below the Maroon Bells, above Aspen, Colorado. Elevation is approximately 9000ft. Ideas of its identity? Thanks.

Moved
Moved from Pericopini.

Moved
Moved from Gnophaela.

Reminds us of Gnophaela
See images in the guide near . Also Haploa is very similar.

 
Caterpillar
Sure looks like it could very well be the Gnophaela vermiculata. I'll see if I can locate a pic of the western Haploas for comparison. I've only seen eastern species so far and there is a similarity. Thanks very much, you two have been very helpful!

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