Looks kinda like a hornworm...

bloftis1

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I found this in my yard. Keep in mind have no garden or anything like that. I thought it was a hornworm at first but the more i look at it the more it isnt a hornworm
 

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Brodybreaux25

Chameleon Enthusiast
@bloftis1 where do you live? That would help a lot. I get cabbage loopers every year, they are the blue ones Kristen posted above. I’ve seen all their stages so I can say they definitely aren’t the same species that we get in SE Louisiana at the very least. Broccoli worms look closer to them...
 

bloftis1

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@bloftis1 where do you live? That would help a lot. I get cabbage loopers every year, they are the blue ones Kristen posted above. I’ve seen all their stages so I can say they definitely aren’t the same species that we get in SE Louisiana at the very least. Broccoli worms look closer to them...
I’m in Florida
 

Kristen Wilkins

Chameleon Enthusiast
So she laid two clutches, 25 for the first then 29!!! All are beautiful no yellowing, no mold, just pearly white, the oldest clutch which is almost 3 months now ima say 6 more months?


Oh my goodness I messed the sec laying . I’m so happy she has done so well . Depending on the temps . If it’s a bit warmer they may hatch 7 months or take 8/9 .
 
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