Subject: Worm found on oak tree
Geographic location of the bug: Virginia beach, VA
Time: 05:05 PM EDT
Your letter to the bugman: Found these on my oak tree this morning. 8/16/2019
How you want your letter signed: Thanks, Duane Heidler
These are Sawfly larvae. Sawflies are non-stinging relatives of wasps and bees with larvae that are frequently mistaken for caterpillars. Based on the appearance of the individuals in this BugGuide image, and that the host plant is oak, we suspect your individuals are in the genus Arge.