LEFT - beautiful baby maters
MIDDLE - UGH!
RIGHT - another ugh!
In the middle photo, I'm thinking those round holes were most likely made by some kind of caterpillars -- maybe cutworms. Some of the fresh damage is a bit of a puzzler.
One candidate is chipmunks. I found a green Marz Pulcent on the patio that had been gnawed.
Another possibility is that twice now I have watched birds -- cardinals hunting in the tomatoes like they always do, usually coming up with green caterpillars which may or may not have been hornworms.
A surprise was a catbird. And in fact it was right around this plant -- I watched it disappear from view, then come back into view holding a green long dangling thing, which it proceeded to throw on the ground several times and chop up into pieces before eating them.
House Wrens are among the tomato foliage all the time and sometimes I see them with little skinny green caterpillars which I always thought was a cabbage white caterpillar but maybe hornworm, too?
Maybe the catbird or one of the other birds damaged the fruit while trying to pluck a caterpillar off? I didn't look closely at that one in the Right photo -- looks very suspicious like something could be lurking in that scar/hole, but the center one was unoccupied.