Green Caterpillar

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    Tomato Hornworm
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    40 views and no critique?
     
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    Nice shots! I love the last one, beautifully focused on the head, great detail, and very nice composition. The second to last one is also very nice! Is that a Tobacco Hornworm? Odd that it has no little spike in the back?
     
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    I am sure it was a tomato hornworm
    the Horn was broken off
     
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    My critters LOVE those...lol
    Nice pics! Those things get huge, and are very pretty.
     
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    Yeah I got him at my local reptile shop
     
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    Ohhh. I've never seen one witha horn broken off like that before! I wonder what happened? Was it definately broken off or was it some sort of genetic abberation, and born like that, do you know?
     

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