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Butterflylady72 wrote: have have found a few of these on my oak tree they are living with the azalea caterpillars there are a ton of them on there ! they seem to get along together but this kind i don't see to often would also like to know if it turns into a butterfly or moth and what kind thank you i live in central florida im going to post pictures of both cause im not sure if i have the one identified right which i think is this azalea caterpillar the other one is pink and green with green eyes or head and black spines