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Quite hard to get in focus because they were lively little beasties, just as fast in reverse as going forward - which I suppose is a useful skill underground! Hello Harriet,Thanks for the photo and for bringing this caterpillar to everyone
Leaves on my choisya are sticking together and curling around small caterpillar like bugs. Anyone out there know what they are and how to treat them. Had this shrub for many years and appears I am losing it. Pick off any curled-up leaves and destroy
If you are vigilant you can spot the clusters of yellow eggs on the leaves; squashing them is more humane and less messy! I have to cast doubt on your method, the cabbage whites are foul tasting to birds both as caterpillars and butterflies
Earlier today I put a load of tomato leaves into the recycling bin, and then later I found a big green caterpillar inside the lid. It's about 2.5cm long, very fat, big green eyes, and has diagonal markings with a spine at the back. Does anyone
I found caterpillars crawling across the snow a few weeks back grrrr!I have tried nets and fleeces and they sitll get through:( I still have a huge problem with caterpillers. They stripped the sprouts throughout the winter and are still going
The larval form of a Lepidopteran. They are voracious phytophagous feeders and considered a pest.
This year I have had 3 long caterpillars. About 1.5 inch long. Not sure if these are going to turn into butterflies or not? Probably. Can you describe them? And what plants did you see them on? One was on a rose bush and one was on a geranium
Hi, we have found some visitors in our garden - they are bright green caterpillars with darker green chevrons on them. They are currently sitting on my Acer in the garden. Does anyone know which species they are? My husband wants to get rid
Dear friendsIam a new container gardener, and I love the blogs, and all the practital help. Why is it when I input my Welsh postcode it will not except it?Thanks a lot.Mrs Wurzelgummage older sister. My geraniums have been badly attacked by green caterpillers,this is the first t...
we live in central scotland and we have found a mullein moth in our garden and it has hatched under a wall light. We thought it was an elephant moth because of the trunk like body but when i looked it up on google images it did'nt look like it, so i looked up rare moths and found...