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Cool cats and marvelous moths

Posted by TomatoWorm59 none (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 15, 11 at 2:35

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RE: Cool cats and marvelous moths

Very interesting, thanks. (If you put the link into "Optional Link URL" at the end of the message, it will be live.)

Here is a link that might be useful: Moths

RE: Cool cats and marvelous moths

Thank you. I did not know it would not have posted as a hyperlink, but am still learning about this place.

RE: Cool cats and marvelous moths

The forum really does educate. I must admit I am relatively new to the butterflies and especially the moths. Must admit I would have killed a tomato hornworm before this year. However, they are usually parasitized by the time I notice them, so I don't believe I have actually ever killed one. I will definitely let them live from now on and hope to get out there at night to see the moths.

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