Subject: Creepy thing in garden
Geographic location of the bug: on my citrus dwarf mandarin tree
Time: 09:00 PM EDT
Your letter to the bugman: I’m assuming it may be some kind of moth maybe? But it looks so reptilian it’s creeping me out. Do you know what this is? Is it a beneficial creature to the garden?
How you want your letter signed: doesn’t matter
Dear doesn’t matter,
Please provide us with a “geographic location of the bug.” According to Sciencing: “Geographic location refers to a position on the Earth. ” Other online sources give similar definitions. While it is helpful to know that it was found on a “citrus dwarf mandarin tree,” we can’t say for certain that this is an Orange Dog, but that is our opinion provided your sighting was in North America. The loss of leaves from a single caterpillar will not compromise the health of your tree. The Orange Dog is the caterpillar of a Giant Swallowtail.