Doug Yanega dyanega at
Sun Jul 8 18:34:03 EDT 2007

Chuck - That's a bagworm moth, probably the common one, Thyridopteryx 
ephemeraeformis. To me the bag looks on the smallish side, so it's 
probably a larva rather than a female.


Doug Yanega        Dept. of Entomology         Entomology Research Museum
Univ. of California, Riverside, CA 92521-0314        skype: dyanega
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