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Fritillary caterpillars may look hairy from a distance, but a closer look with show they in fact have lots of branched spines over the body. The caterpillar in the photo is definately hairy, so its not a frit.
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Thank you! I really wasnt sure with this one.
Also, fully-grown Fox Moth larvae like this one are much larger than the largest frit larvae we get
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