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Post  MarcyG on Mon 28 Jun - 19:10

This is the first one of these I've seen. Luckily he stayed around for a while when I went and grabbed my phone to take a pic and they were not coming out good so I had to grab my big camera to take good pics

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Post  MarcyG on Mon 28 Jun - 19:12

another pic

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Post  bullfrogbabe on Mon 28 Jun - 20:31

Yes it is! An evil squash vine borer!

They are pretty moths, members of the clearwing moth family along with hummingbird moths. But unfortunately they target squash as food for their caterpillars, the actual squash vine borers.
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Post  MarcyG on Mon 28 Jun - 20:59

Thank You I found a few ways to control them so I guess that'll be tomorrows goal
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Post  bonniesherbals on Mon 28 Jun - 21:24

how are you going to control them and are the organic methods?
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