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simply awesome shots, Kelly.
Looks really scary to me, but very beautiful.
I'm speechless!! What a shot!! How far away have you been?
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I looked this worm up again. I believe its a Tomato Horned Worm. It turns into the Five Spotted Moth. The white parasites are Wasp eggs.
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