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I came across this a moment ago. I had a hard time believing this, but neon pink slugs do exist.
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I love these! ....as long as they stay over there.
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Unless they hide under petunias and impatients (which we don't have this year) those guys are biologically disadvantaged for hanging out in Maryland gardens. I'd love to see the vegetation of their habitats; it must be stunning.
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