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Observation notes: This specimen was found at a Tennis court in the late morning; Plants nearby include deciduous plants and trees, as well as Poison Ivy; It was simply crawling slowly on the asphalt; The temperature was high, the asphalt warm, and the sun was out (Though there were also clouds); The caterpillar was not directly in the sunlight but instead in the shadow of the trees and plants.