... where it's not about the camera.
I'm not sure but here is a website to some Pix.http://www.pbase.com/donnar/image/50362115They call it the WV Caterpillar.I like 'um a bit more fluffy. That little fellow has work and feeding to do...bless his tiny soul.
I've looked around the web and I think it MUST be a Dagger Moth... but most of the pictures look slightly different from this one.
My bug expert has weighed in:-=-=-=-=-I think it's a "tessellated tussock moth" caterpillar (what a cool-soundingname for an insect, don't you think?)If you notice, the long black and tufts (known as "hair pencils") in thefront are close to the head, whereas in the dagger moth they are fartherback.Peggy K. PowellPesticide Regulatory ProgramsWest Virginia Department of Agriculture-=-=-=-=-
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