Garden slaughter

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  1. M @ k o

    M @ k o TPF Noob!

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    Loves tomatoe plants let me tell ya !
     
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    Wow that's a great caterpillar. It's even got a thorn for a tail. Nice captures.
     
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    Very cool. I am impartial to colour, love the first one.
     
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    its not coming up on my screen mako, sorry.
     
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    If your back in, try to refresh page. My host has been acting up lately.

    Thx Daniel and CanonCan !
     
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    nice! great color and detail. that 'thorn' of his is pretty intimidating :shock:
     
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    The first is just ONE cool capture of this very pretty caterpillar. Well yes, this one is really pretty. Do you know what it will turn into, once it has eaten all your tomato plants? Must become something wonderful, for eating all your plants, eh?

    Seems like my daughter once found a "family member" of "your" caterpillar,
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    but I just did not capture it in as cool a manner as you did. Duh!:meh: (Plus ours seems to still be a "baby", not "dressed up" as nicely as yours ;))
     
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    Lafoto, I'm not quit sure what it turns into after eating everything up. My wife turns them into a flying saucer when she see them, she hates them little jokers.

    Thanks for looking everyone. 8 )
     
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    awesome shots mako! and thanks for the education Steve.
     
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    neat neat M@ko!
    i said 'wow' when i saw the first.. never saw it that close... nice detail
    ok im about to eat dinner... on second thoughts maybe i should wait a bit :lol:
    nice one!
     
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    Thx Raymond and Mansi.
    And Steve , thx alot for that link and info.
     

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