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Re: hummingbirds

Mine generally end up with those parasitic wasp eggs on them :)!

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Mar 10, 2006, at 1:05 PM, Karen Fernsler wrote:

> Thanks everyone!  I feel better now!
> I looked it up!  Tomato hornworms grow up to be Sphinx moth
> which are a type of Hummingbird Moth.
> I'm glad you don't see too many tomato hornworms!
> I started a small vegetable garden for the first time last year.
> The only hornworm I ever saw on the tomato plants was dispatched
> with by a cardinal before I could even move.

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