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  1. A cutworm will be orientated on its side when circling the stem, this will leave horizontal bite marks. There are other types of insects that could be responsible but that looks like typical cutworm damage. I see you have other pots nearby.. it could be making the commute nightly (if it's still around). It may have since been killed or could be pupating in your soil somewhere.
  2. That's the type of damage you can expect from a cutworm. They curl around the stem and walk 'n eat in circles. Happens at night and then they burrow back underground.
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