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Observed: 11th September 2010 By: outward
Added: 23rd December 2010
I first thought the forsythia leaf was discoloured an unusual grey, then I admired the precision geometrical array. The eggs hatched a few days later. Minute looping caterpillars which descended on fine silk threads and escaped through the gauze base of my cage. The leaf was not eaten at all. Forsythia is an alien plant with no pests in UK.