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I'm going to take a stab at it: either a variety of dagger moth
(Acronicta) OR skipper (family Hesperiidae). Do let us know when someone
who really knows caterpillars IDs it!
Julie


On Thursday, September 5, 2013, Bruce Bartrug wrote:

> Here's a quick mockup of the caterpillar.  The color is too bright, but
> this will give you an idea.  The thin setae originated within the black
> dots.  Suggestions welcomed.  The original image is copywritten, so please
> don't use/abuse.  Unlike myself.
>
> http://bbartrug.zenfolio.com/p706537170
>
> Thanks, b
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