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RE: help identify lily varmint

Will look later in my insect books.... got to get them back from my
mother... but anything look familiar here:


Who once again is bracing for yet another round of severe storm forecast
for tonight :(

> He's round, like a ball and about the size of a Diascia bud; half the
> of a Coreopsis rosea bud. He's not brown, but army green on what looks
> be
> a scaled hump back. lots of tiny black unsegmented legs. He's
> done damage to the lily's flowerbud stem; the underside is brown.  He
> senses
> when and where you're near and hussles to the other side of the stem
> his white cotton fluff.  Anyone have an idea?
> Just getting the pics was a challenge with all the mosquitoes, but
> hopefully
> something will develop.
> Kitty

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