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Entomology (Study of Bugs)/identification needed!!!


Zos wrote at 2009-10-07 13:23:02
I found the same one today in south Fort Worth, TX.  Did we ever get an identification?  I can not give any info on the the food type unless they eat carpet(found him in my office).

Sue wrote at 2009-11-08 05:30:43
Put the caterpillar back where you found it.  It's in the hornworm, sphinxmoth and hawkmoth family, which are difficult to keep alive in captivity.

ccc wrote at 2013-10-20 15:51:21
I think I may have found the same one in SW Houston, TX.  I got several pics of its head (I only know this because it was moving forward and had a tail!)   The form won't let me post a picture tho.

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Sue Kayton


Silkworm expert. Have raised them as a hobby for 20 years. I do not identify unknown insects.

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