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Help with caterpiller ID

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Whitmore May 28, 2013. 3 Replies

Does anyone know what kind of caterpillar this is.  I have searched books and the internet but hit a dead end. …Continue

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Daniel Little replied to Tim Goodman's discussion Chain saw use
"Game of Logging, level 1 is what you're looking for.  Check the following link for upcoming classes. Logger Training Courses Good luck, Dan"
Mar 15
Daniel Little replied to Ed Neuhauser's discussion Plastic vs. Aluminum posted signs
"We use yellow plastic signs from Voss Sign here in Central New York.  In closed tree canopy I have not seen any fading in the last 10+ years.  We do however use 12"x"12 plywood backer boards and we have had issues with porcupines…"
Feb 25, 2016
Daniel Little replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Please Identify
"Spindle galls, most likely caused by the eriophyid mite."
Oct 29, 2015
Mark Whitmore replied to Daniel Little's discussion Help with caterpiller ID
"Thanks for the additional info Dan. I'm glad to hear that the damage was not widespread and that we do not have a new emerging pest! Thanks for being observant and sharing the photo. Keep 'em coming."
May 28, 2013
Daniel Little replied to Daniel Little's discussion Help with caterpiller ID
"Thanks Mark,  I found this one on a soft maple top in one of my timber sales in the Town of Virgil last summer , no where near turf or veggies.  I just ran across the photo again and realized I had never found out what it…"
May 28, 2013
Mark Whitmore replied to Daniel Little's discussion Help with caterpiller ID
"I'd be hard put to say this is anything but an Owlet, or a moth in the family Noctuidae. Exactly which one is difficult to say because they are quite variable in their coloration, even within a species. BUT it is always important when…"
May 26, 2013
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Help with caterpiller ID

Does anyone know what kind of caterpillar this is.  I have searched books and the internet but hit a dead end. See More
May 24, 2013
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Dec 21, 2012
Daniel Little replied to Christopher Sprague's discussion Glyphosate concentrate for beech
"Our contract process sure does throw a wrinkle in our herbicide plans many times.  In an ideal world, we would be able to treat the interferring vegetation one full growing season before letting the contractor cut any trees and…"
Nov 2, 2012
Daniel Little replied to Christopher Sprague's discussion Glyphosate concentrate for beech
"Hi Chris, thanks for putting in your time to get this 2ee for Rodeo, I wish i was able to utilize it as a "technician". The one question I have is why the need to stick with a glyphosate based herbicide? They're are other herbicides…"
Nov 1, 2012
Daniel Little replied to Peter Smallidge's discussion Control of barberry
"Roundup PROMAX, EPA Reg No. 524-579 has a 2(ee) that covers Japanese barberry"
Apr 24, 2012
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Mar 26, 2012
Daniel Little replied to Peter Smallidge's discussion Beech management
"One nice benefit of cut stump treatment is having the downed beech trees to help deter deer from browsing any subsequent regeneration you get in response to the added light to the forest floor."
Mar 19, 2012
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Mar 5, 2012
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Goodbye red pine

"yup most sites are more wet and poor growing sites. but the red pine served its purpose, to get the field back to forest!"
Feb 23, 2012
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Feb 23, 2012

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