Tricky tricky...is it the D. Cutworm or the SubGothic? It's long like the D. Cutworm and they are very common in NB. I find an orange sheen to the reniform spot...However, I'm not sure which it is.
That's my problem, Nancy. Either would be new to me. I've seesawed between the 2 all day.
I was thinking the same as Tony. It seems pretty straightforward to my eye. :)
Thank you Tony and Stu, for your responses.