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FAO Forum Entomologists

By a krinkly18/9 16:13Wed Sep 18 16:13:48 2019

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A VERY large yellow caterpillar visited me this afternoon while I was working on lawn patching, Vickie has a pic. Definitely a Deathshead Elephant Hawk Moth, we've had the standard dark brown critters before, but the closest I've found to this one suggests it's South African.

https://www.whatsthatbug.com/2009/01/13/deaths-head-hawkmoth-caterpillar-from-south-africa/

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Re: FAO Forum Entomologists

By Morgs19/9 09:51Thu Sep 19 09:51:29 2019In response to FAO Forum EntomologistsTop of thread

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Are these the delicacy generally eaten with fava beans and a nice chianti, or am I getting things mixed up?
😲If any of your neighbours are undergoing gender reassignment treatment, get the **** out of there!

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