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” Most of the caterpillars have two pair of  prolegs. They move by curving their bodies into loops. They are sometimes called “Inchworms”, usually hairless with  a slender green or brown body”. Found on a Red Ash (Alphitonia excelsia) at Sportsman Creek wildlife refuge.

Further reference; http://www.brisbaneinsects.com/brisbane_loopers/GEOMERRIDAE.htm

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