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In parent's pepper plant
Ate an entire tomato plant!
Hi Latimeria. Yes, so I'm learning. Thanks.
Amazing colors. Thanks for sharing. Great capture.
Lori, I'd say that's a tobacco hornworm, not a tomato hornworm. They're very similar, but the tomato hornworm has 8 V-shaped markings. The tobacco hornworm just has 7 diagonal stripes, which this one has.
It's the catipillar of the Five spotted hawk moth, known also as the Tomato hornwom.
It about 2.5 maybe 3 inches. It destroyed some leaves in my dad's veggie garden!
How big was it, 2-3 inches?
Lat: 34.01, Long: -118.46
Spotted on Oct 12, 2010 Submitted on Oct 12, 2010