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Insect and Spider Identification: SOLVED: unidentified larvae

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Duncans, Trelawny

November 7, 2013
2:42 PM

Post #9704297

anyone know what this turns into?

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Minot, ND

November 8, 2013
7:56 AM

Post #9704679

Most likely a moth in the tribe Arctiini of the family Noctuidae -
Duncans, Trelawny

November 8, 2013
12:38 PM

Post #9704828

thanks for the point in the right direction, think it maybe Brithys crini Noctuidae Lily borer larva. Was going to put one in a jar (like we did as kids) and see what came out but when I returned to the plant they were on they had all gone!
Minot, ND

November 8, 2013
2:27 PM

Post #9704888

Brithys crini appears to be an Old World species that would not occur in Jamaica -

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