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Caterpillars of Pacific Northwest
Forests and Woodlands

Sabulodes aegrotata [Geometridae]


Dorsum and lateral region of T1-A9 with longitudinal stripes of black, orange, grey, and white; mostly light yellow below the spiracular line; head orange with a pair of black spots near the occiput. This species is common on red elderberry, salmonberry, red alder, and ocean spray from May to September.


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