Uriel wrote: »
I just moved a few weeks ago.
Found this thing this morning.
What is it?https://twitter.com/jarofmoldymayo/status/1022811452204347393
Drez wrote: »
Being quoted out of context is honestly what I live for.
chromdom wrote: »
... I thought it was a drawing of boobs. And then maybe eyes.
ceres wrote: »
Do weevils always mean nuking your kitchen and starting over? Or are they sometimes there for something other than all your carbs?
Xaquin wrote: »
pretty sure they're eggs that will hatch and devour the caterpillar
possibly some kind of wasp eggs
ceres wrote: »
Save the caterpillar, wasps are terrible
BahamutZERO wrote: »
You see lots of things, out there in the swamp at night. Some of them might even be real. But the Bugboy? That's just plain impossible.
Orogogus wrote: »
I don't think we can see the image without clicking through. But some kind of Datana caterpillar?
Azalea caterpillar: http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/orn/azalea_caterpillar.htm (Southeast US)
Yellow-necked caterpillar: http://www.carolinanature.com/moths/datanaministra.html (Eastern US)
- A second website notes that "This insect is also destructive on the foliage of blueberry, apple, and other fruit trees."
Mom2Kat wrote: »
How do I kill lots of ants if we can’t find the nest? They are everywhere in my house and I want them dead. We’ve been looking for the best but are pretty sure it’s under the house. One by the front door one by the back door. We are on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia and they seem to be regular black ants.
E.Coyote wrote: »
Thread waisted wasp?
38thDoe wrote: »
We had good luck with the Terro traps. It’s an open tray of poison. Ants come and fill up with it go back to the nest and feed it to each other. Can’t really use it with kids or pets though.
Echo wrote: »
Something working on the first try is a source of great suspicion.