Larvae identification on apple flower

Konrad___far_north(3..just outside of Edmonton)June 3, 2014

I was collecting and pulling flower petals for breeding purpose when this guy crawled out!
Do you have a clue on what it is.

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Konrad___far_north(3..just outside of Edmonton)

Have found something on the web...not sure if it's this one.

The larva of the red-banded leafroller is a pale green caterpillar and is 5/8 inch long when mature. The adult moth is light brown with an irregular, reddish-brown stripe across each front wing; it is about 1/2 inch long.

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