What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination

I didn’t know where to begin to look on your site for this one. Not among your flies. Interesting black cloak with orange collar whe’s wearing. Recognize her ?

Hi David,
This is a Grape Leaf Skeletonizer, Harrisina americana, a moth. Caterpillars feed side by side, devouring an entire leaf before moving to the next leaf. They range over most of the Eastern U.S. This is a new species for our site.

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination

One Response to Grape Leaf Skeletonizer

  1. Wolfgang says:

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    and July) is that which will be found cultivated but
    grows wild also and will usually be juicier and with a little
    less of an acidic kick than wood sorrel. It is a very nutritious recipe made of chickpeas and garlic.
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    Kansas, South Dakota, North Carolina, Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin,
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