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This is one of many pages describing plants and animal life that we have in our garden. In many cases, we don't know what they are. Comments welcome.

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The photos on this page are of a grub, of course, and not of a flower. Leonne tells me that they're Bardi grubs, a subspecies of Abantiades marcidus , which attack the feeder roots of plants. I need to find something to get rid of them. Google tells me that they're worth real money to anglers.

 
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