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Topic Title: Help!!!!!
Topic Summary: Identify this caterpillar
Created On: 01/08/2022 09:13 AM
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fish23714

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What is this? .... Besides spelled wrong

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 01/08/2022 09:33 AM
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Central Floridave

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Horn worm? Just guessing.
 01/08/2022 10:48 AM
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fish23714

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Defiantly not a tomato horn worm
 01/08/2022 10:55 AM
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Dangermouse01

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Caterpillar stage of the Sphinx moth.
That is the species that resemble hummingbirds when they fly.

Edited: 01/09/2022 at 07:37 AM by Dangermouse01
 01/09/2022 07:54 AM
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fish23714

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Thats super cool..... I love watching those moths pollinating my papayas in the evenings. We always just called them hummingbird moths.
 01/10/2022 01:58 AM
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Dangermouse01

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Hummingbird moths are in the Sphinx moth family.

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