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Encountered a long (2" +/-) brown/reddish brown, hairless caterpillar 
with two rows of yellow spots running down its back.   It thought I 
would be able to easily ID it, but have not with my limited 
resources.   My first thought was one of the spinx moths but now 
can't remember if it has a horn???   Any ideas?

Ruth


Charlie & Ruth Stewart
E. Dorset, Vermont
U.S.A.

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