These are munching on my salvias, my water lilies, my Amazon Sword plant and one other pond plant that I can't think of the name of (it has big tasty leaves.) I'm going to have to relocate them or my plants will have no leaves left.
CLOSED: Anyone have a caterpiller ID book?
The only one I could find in my book that looks like it is the acraea moth. The caterpillars are fuzzy like that but yours looks more black and these are actually brown. I found this link with good pictures to compare them too. http://thunder.sonic.net/~bigsnest/Pond/Lists/woolycat.html
Thanks poppysue! These are definately black, but your guess helped me track down that it's a Giant Leopard moth (Ecpantheria scribonia.)
They don't appear to be picky eaters and I'll just move them around so nothing ends up completely leafless. The Texas A&M site said that host plants include weeds :)