I'm not that good at ID'ing caterpillars so it
could be something else. Really don't know.
I'm looking for a good book on caterpillars,
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Sent: Monday, July 12, 2010 8:30 AM
Subject: Re: ID Help
I would suggest that the Black Swallowtail
caterpillar is eating his old exoskeleton...
By the way, that is a rather unusual
coloration for a polyxenes asterius...
I was at Dead Creek WMA Brilyea
access road back by the turtle pond and found these cateplars and would like
First, can anyone ID the brownish hairy
Second, what is the correct way to
describe what is happening in the image of the Black Swallowtail caterpillar
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