“If you believe what you like in the gospels,
and reject what you don’t like, it is not the gospel you believe,
Coreidae are a family of sap sucking insects.
In North America these insects are called leaf-footed because of the leaf-like
structures on their back legs.
They are a growing nuisance and attack
or feast upon, depending on one’s perspective,
various plants and fruits by sucking out the juices.
Here in my neck of the woods, these leaf-footers predominately “attack” tomatoes.
A tomato that has been visited by the leaf-foot bugs will have what appears to be
a severe case of the measles…or rather a massive covering of tiny discolored spots.
Not very appealing nor appetizing…
and in essence, seeing a fruit or vegetable covered with a…
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