saddleback moth

Pierre A Plauzoles ae779 at
Sat Sep 13 11:19:26 EDT 1997

In a previous article, editor at ("William F. Goldman") says:

>I found a saddleback moth in my garden today; it's the first one I've
>seen.  From what I've learned so far, it's a moth larva.  Doe's anyone
>know if images of the moth are posted anywhere.  If not, I would very
>much appreciate if someone would post one. I'm really curious about what
>it looks like.

I think one of the field guides (the Peterson guide on Eastern US moths
or possibly the one on insects in general?) has a "thumbnail"
illustration at the beginning of the picture section in the middle of the
book.  You could also look in Holland's Moth Book.

Hope this helps.
Pierre Plauzoles   ae779 at
Canoga Park, California

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