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© John Pickering, 2004-2015

Caterpillars are usually herbivores, animals that feed on plants. Here is an exception. The larger Shivering Pinion (Lithophane querquera) larva on the right is eating the Fall Cankerworm (Alsophila pometaria) on the left.

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title Lithophane querquera, Shivering Pinion, eating larva of Alsophila pometaria, Fall Cankerworm
country United States
state/province Georgia
county Clarke
city/place/location Athens
street/site/trail State Botanical Garden
position/trap Orange Trail
latitude 33.90288
longitude -83.38258
MAPdecimal latitude_longitude ••• 33.90288_-83.38258
determined by who-email-yyyymmdd Dave Wagner david.wagner@uconn.edu 20110426
host/prey Alsophila pometaria larva on Ostrya virginiana, Hophornbeam
date1 yyyymmdd 2011:04:23 11:21:15

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