Moths in the family Limacodidae are usually brown, often marked with silver or green. They are robust moths with broad wings rounded at the apex. Their larvae, slug caterpillars, lack prolegs and have only short true legs. It has been suggested they move like slugs, seeming to slowly glide along their surface of the leaf. Some slug caterpillars have stinging hairs.
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Lithacodes cf. fasciola