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Is this a good or bad cat? It has stripped my 4oclock's


Carlene


 
Posts: 1738 | Location: NE.Ok zone 6b | Registered: Oct 09, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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another Is this the same one?


Carlene


 
Posts: 1738 | Location: NE.Ok zone 6b | Registered: Oct 09, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Those look like the ones I had last year that killed my zinnias!
They don't last long around here if I see them. I had one on a tomato plant and he was stripping it as he went! BIRD FOOD!


"The soil is the source of life, creativity, culture and real independence." David Ben-Gurion
 
Posts: 4993 | Location: SW Ga. 8b | Registered: Apr 21, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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It looks like a sphinx moth cat to me. There are several different kinds, including the hornworm that strips the tomato plants. I have one on my tomatoes right now but haven't been able to find it....yet. I just relocate them.
 
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