Milkweed and Monarch Butterfly Mania

UGH! it is a Slug

I cannot say I have ever been happy to see slugs in my garden.

Slugs leave their slimy trail everywhere they go. You might see the shiny line on your sidewalk or driveway in the early morning or in the evening.

They eat the leaves of many plants. They wrecked my tomatoes and hostas this summer.

Slugs are related to snails. Toads and garter snakes eat slugs.

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slug on underside of millkweed leaf

I wonder how that slug hangs on?

ivy rule

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