When they hatch they are about the size of a small ant, but lighter bodied and there will be hundreds of them in the egg. They are so much fun to watch when hatching! This little creature will take good care of your iris and probably already ate the culprit that made the hole in your plant! Enjoy him! When you see him later this fall he could be as big as 7 inches long! :) :) :)
On 5/19/07, Linda Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Found this while inspecting "High Five". The top bud was really small, then discovered tiny hole just underneath.
Thought it was a spider damage, then this got on my arm. Not sure if it was after the spider, or if it is what did the damage?? Anyone know or have this problem of a tiny hole causing the bud to be very small. It bloomed anyway.
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