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I was weeding a garden bed to prepare it for planting vegetable seeds. These pests eat the leaves and can cause extensive damage to plants. When I looked at the pile of soil that I had turned over, I found two shiny dark-red objects that were motionless. They were oval-shaped and were about the width of a quarter. Upon closer investigation, I discovered two wing-like shapes folded against the body of this mysterious creature. When I came inside the house, I conducted some research and found that the little things were soon to become red-backed cutworms. Eventually, as the worms matured, they

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    would evolve into moths.

  2. anonymous
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    does anything seem out for order

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    it doesn't seem to be out of order

  5. anonymous
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    what the hell

  6. anonymous
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    it says it was these pests

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