CLOSED: Caterpillar ID

Lucketts, VA(Zone 7a)

This caterpillar is defoliating my Amorpha canesens (Lead Plant). Any guesses?

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Pueblo, CO(Zone 5b)

Since it has a definite head & neck, I would say it is some sort of skipper caterpillar, but I don't which one. I planted my lead-plant as butterfly host plant - woody legumes are supposed to attract butterflies in the Sulphur family.

Minot, ND

Not a skipper - this appears to be a black-spotted Prominent caterpillar (family Notodontidae) -

Pueblo, CO(Zone 5b)

I gather it turns into a nondescript moth. Too bad, and too bad it is one that aggregates and defoliates.
Flapdoodle Thanks for the ID

Lucketts, VA(Zone 7a)

Yes, Flapdoodle Thanks for the ID!

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