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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