It coulda been worse!
you are the best dan!
Ya gotta be happy to see this 5 star review.
The five-spotted hawkmoth (Manduca quinquemaculata) is a brown and gray hawk moth of the Sphingidae family. The caterpillar, often referred to as the tomato hornworm, can be a major pest in gardens. Tomato hornworms are closely related to (and sometimes confused with) the tobacco hornworm (Manduca sexta). This confusion arises because caterpillars of both species feed on the foliage of various plants from the family Solanaceae, so either species can be found on tobacco or tomato leaves, and the plant on which the caterpillar is found does not indicate its species. The larvae of these species can be distinguished by their lateral markings: tomato hornworms have eight V-shaped markings while tobacco hornworms have seven diagonal lines. Furthermore, the caterpillars can be distinguished from the larval stage onwards by the color of the horns on their back ends: M. quinquemaculata caterpillars have black horns, while M. sexta caterpillars have red horns. The moths can be distinguished by the number of spots on their abdomens, with M. quinquemaculata having, as its name suggests, five.
I am angry because you got daily first and you are duimb robot jones, I'm running away to Italy with fliggerlips
oh william b good you silly please rate 5
Flikkernichts more like FLIM$Y-NIP$.
GIVE ME A HIGH FIVE
please rate me a high 5 haha get it
actually please rate 5
I hated it!
Coulda used more lens flares.
I've seen better.
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