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Old 07-02-2018, 06:05 AM   #11
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Wow! I just checked out your pictures!

Too bad you didn't know what host plant to put them on.
Ya I know I just gave them a fling into the brush thinking hopefully some of them might land on what they needed to feast upon. Funny how you tend to think they'll survive such a toss but that's pretty much what I did kind of low like.
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Ya I know I just gave them a fling into the brush thinking hopefully some of them might land on what they needed to feast upon. Funny how you tend to think they'll survive such a toss but that's pretty much what I did kind of low like.
Maybe they are generalists and will be able to feed on a multitude of plants.

Yes, I always figure things can survive small drops and such.
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