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Went outside this morning and found this worm on top of the couple inches of new snow we got last night, it was about 30 outside(how come I can't find a degree mark on this machine), it appeared to be alive yet. Now six hours later as I am loading this picture I see one out the other side of the house go out and look and find five more of them, it is about four degrees colder but they still aren't frozen, they look like what I call cut worms that play havoc with tomato plants when they are first set into the garden. Neighbor up the road said he saw what he thought was two bats flying around about dusk last night. Jim
 

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Three days ago I had about 30 of them laying underneath the big oak beside my house. Strange. They were gone shortly after...I'm thinking some birds had an easy breakfast.

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My guess is that a thaw caused them to climb to drier ground.
Accordding the the cutworms we have 16 weeks of winter left.:yikes:
 
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