Robin S

Unknown bug.


Anyone know what this is? Looks like it was laying eggs (bright yellow dot) in the crack of the pool.

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  • Cher S
    on May 7, 2012

    You are quite welcome. I battle with them year after year. Their caterpillars can strip an oleander bush in no time at all.

  • Bobby Jean S
    on May 8, 2012

    Cher, Oleanders are amazingly efficient mechanisms for scrubbing toxins from the environment. That is why oleanders are poisonous. I was surprised to learn that a simple, elegant moth would prefer such a deadly plant as a food source! Thank you for the information.

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