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Definition of Tobacco Hornworm eggs

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Definition as written by Vee8ch:

Tobacco Hornworm eggs can be found on top of and underneath the leaves. They range from milky white to pale green. Takes 4-5 days to hatch.

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Definition as written by Vee8ch:

Near perfectly round with a pearl-like appearance

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Definition as written by Vee8ch:

Baby hatching. His body and tail colors will change as he matures.

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Definition as written by Vee8ch:

24 hours after birth. He is already twice as big.

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