Eudryas grata is a moth known as the beautiful wood nymph. They are known for their mimicry of bird droppings. Found in abundance, predominantly across the entire eastern United States. Hosts for the caterpillar include Ampelopsis, buttonbush, grapes, hops, and Virginia creeper.
Larvae or caterpillar of Eudryas grata.
- "Beautiful Wood-nymph Eudryas grata Fabricius | Butterflies and Moths of North America". www.butterfliesandmoths.org.
- Photographs of Eudryas grata in their moth and caterpillar forms
- Butterflies and Moths of North America
- Ohio State University profile