caterpillar identifications

Richard Seaman r_seaman at
Mon Apr 8 21:19:40 EDT 2002


    Thanks very much for your input!  I checked your photo, and it
does seem to be a match, so I'll update the wallpaper page in the next
day or so.



PuerNux at wrote in message news:<187EA9C3.41FEE3F1.0019DFA7 at>...
> Richard,
> I am pretty sure that #12 (your "pinstripedcaterpillar.jpg") is Cucullia asteroides, probably found on asters. Saw one just like it last summer, so I hope others agree with my ID. (see for another picture)
> The "BlackAndRedCostaRicanCaterpillar.jpg" (third to last) is some sort of Nymphalid, I think, but others would be able to help you more.
> -Eric Hossler
> >folks,
> >
> >If anyone can identify any of the unidentified caterpillars on this
> >page, then I'd be most grateful:
> >
> >
> >
> >And if you can correct any misidentified caterpillars, then I'd be
> >somewhat less than most grateful, but grateful nonetheless.
> >
> >thanks, 
> >
> >Richard.


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