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Salam endah, he looks so handsome la...hehehe
Salam Ana,Wow... really??? It's so awful.
I'm guessing he didn't last long...
Well, you need to feed the caterpillars in order to have butterflies... not an easy decision. Have a nice day nevertheless!Yours Sarah
That's right. Although in this phase it looks so awful, but the previous phase is so beautiful.Thank you for coming, and have a wonderful day.
No definitely not! But I know there are gorgeous beautiful butterflies in Indonesia, so I don't know what butterfly will pop up from this caterpillar. If I should know, may be I should change my mind.
I have so many colorful butterfly on my garden all day long through the year. So... I find so various caterpillar on my garden too. They always make so many plants look so poor.
I have wild flowers so I leave caterpillars on them but remove them from vegetables. Chickens like to eat most of them but some must be to bad to eat.
You have wild flower as caterpillar 'food', but me... no! I only have a limited land to be planted. If I leave them eat my plant, I wouldn't have green garden anymore... :) Yes, I usually remove the caterpillar for chicken, too.
Bu Endah,Your Nusaindah looks so pretty with the caterpillar on it... :)
Oh no.... bisa habis bunga saya semalaman, pagi-pagi cuma tersisa tangkainya saja.
Beautiful caterpillar and beautiful flower! One time a horned caterpillar destroyed 6 tomatoe plants over night! I'd chose the flower :)
Thank you Juliet. I have ever found a green tubby caterpillar destroyed my dense tomato's plant, and he only left me the tomato's stem, nothing else.
Let those caterpillars feed somewhere else. Not on your beautiful plants! But be careful with getting rid of it. I accidentally picked up one this spring. I still have scars from the stingers! I am still enjoying "visiting" your garden. Linda@Wetcreek Blog
I still remember your post about it. Thank you for sharing. It make me work carefully on my garden. Thank you for visiting.