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Description:

Under a flowerpot in my folks' backyard. About an inch long.

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2 Comments

dhmcclanahan
dhmcclanahan 6 years ago

Thanks shebebusynow! I'm still stumped :)

shebebusynow
shebebusynow 6 years ago

These little guys are the bane of the garden, getting down in the crown of a plant and eating everything that sprouts, maybe even the roots. I believe they are an invader from Europe. Fortunately, raccoons find them quite palatable and do no damage to the plant while hunting them (which is probably why they like to hide under flower pots. There are more slugs than you can shake a stick at; check out this interesting website to see if you can find its identity: http://terrslugs.lifedesks.org/image

dhmcclanahan
Spotted by
dhmcclanahan

Shawnee, Kansas, USA

Spotted on Nov 25, 2013
Submitted on Nov 29, 2013

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