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comments (16) April 5th, 2014 in Gallery

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Today was the first sunny and warm day. Spring may actually be coming. I prepared a couple of my boxes and came across this larvae. I find at least one every year. I was not able to identify it, does any one know what it is or direct me where I might find an answer. Thank you.



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Comments (16)

markfreeman87 writes: Excellent
Posted: 4:37 am on October 21st
rubenrush34 writes: Brilliant
Posted: 2:31 am on October 12th
timmybell writes: This is borer type.
Posted: 5:05 am on September 29th
ericlimberlet writes: one of the best idea
Posted: 7:51 am on September 27th
ericlimberlet writes: Impressive
Posted: 7:50 am on September 27th
doriswhite writes: Great effort
Posted: 1:27 am on September 20th
justinreid writes: Excellent
Posted: 11:45 pm on August 23rd
AndyNick writes: very nice share
Posted: 1:56 am on February 23rd
johan1 writes: scale measuring.
Posted: 4:20 am on February 9th
ammyvirk writes: Its great.
Posted: 12:30 am on January 27th
carmelo11 writes: thanx for see this item.
Posted: 5:49 am on October 23rd
LarryArmijo writes: what is this?
Posted: 1:57 am on July 9th
CrystalSingh writes: thanx for share
Posted: 5:53 am on June 3rd
JoleneSmith writes: lovely stuff
Posted: 2:06 am on May 12th
KelvinSam writes: Thanks
Posted: 5:15 am on March 19th
alysone writes: It's a Rustic Sphinx Moth pupa or Hornworm
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Posted: 3:02 pm on April 29th
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