Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Native son, Mar 2, 2019.
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The only thing saving their lives is I know what they become
Eeeek. Croton munchers
I've seen those caterpillars, but don't know what type of butterfly they belong to?
Anna the catapillar is commonly called Orange Dog. The butterfly Papilio Cresphontes Swallowtail. I grew up in citrus groves and saw them regularly March thru early summer. Before the use of pesticides as they do the spraying today.
. I could not find the butterfly picture so I posted the oriole instead.
they will be done eating soon. Hold off on loading the choppers with the napalm
I love the smell of napalm in the morning.
Ryan, it's very magical.
What is the small pink one in the pot in the first photo? Great color!
Karl a small very pink branch on that Thanksgiving
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