Waved Sphinx Moth Caterpillar

Waved Sphinx Moth CaterpillarWe were in Connecticut recently and our son found this fabulous caterpillar, replete with a horn on his hind end.  He was big, almost 2 inches long and feisty.  The identification site here says he is a Waved Sphinx Moth Caterpillar and here is a photo of the moth he turns into, which is also pretty big.  He’s well camouflaged for hanging out on tree bark as a moth and for munching on leaves as a caterpillar, don’t you think?

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