Camouflaged looper, the caterpillar for the wavy-lined emerald moth
Found another one of these guys. This one liked another flower, the flower in the previous picture. They use bits of the flower they're eating to decorate their backs. If you see a weird bit on a flower look close, really close, and maybe you'll spot one too.
I'm wondering when they'll go into their cocoon. Anyone know about this? I want to see what the adults look like.
For the Flowers with Insects group - here's an insect with flowers!