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Caterpillars of Pacific Northwest
Forests and Woodlands

Photo Key to Species


Group B-2b -- Subgroups: Hairs very short - Species in group B-2b have hairs that are very short, whisker-like, sometimes barely visible.

Not humped in profile, head exposed - The body of species in this subgroup is not humped in profile and the head is exposed. Most of these species are Hesperiidae or Satyridae. Also, Pieridae would fit in with this group but none are illustrated here.


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