You can probably guess by its name that this caterpillar can be identified by its zebra-like black-and-white pattern along its body.
The white-lined sphinx moth caterpillar is a type of hornworm with a characteristic yellow or orange “horn” at the rear.
These caterpillars have tan faces and slender brown bodies with a pair of longitudinal yellow stripes edged in black.
The rosy maple caterpillar (also called the green-striped mapleworm) has a bright green body overlaid with white stripes that extend from head to rear.
Whereas monarch caterpillars have two pairs of tentacles, queen caterpillars have three pairs: two longer tentacles toward the front, and a shorter pair near the rear.