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Original Post by carolb

Found an awesome catterpillar hiding in my garden

<p>Hi Folks, recently I was moving a flower planter which was sitting on old bricks and underneath  I found this beauty a bit of research tells me (I believe) it is a privet hawk moth, I was so happy, at the moment he is sitting in a coffee jar with some leaves in my shed and I am hoping he will turn into a wonderful moth next spring.</p>
<p>I think he is on the point of turning into a chrysalis (sp) as he was not active when I found him.</p>

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