FWD: caterpillar identification GEHP

Gordon Ramel bug.man at bbsrc.ac.uk
Fri Aug 8 02:21:02 EDT 1997

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This message is from Liz Mierzejewski <markm at ntplx.net>, a School student from Connecticut, USA.

I have found a 4" mint green caterpillar with tiny red dots along its side. I have raised monarchs, and if I can find out what this species is, I would love to watch it go through its changes also.
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