Invasive moth plagues Wisconsin

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Invasive moth plagues Wisconsin


A gypsy moth caterpillar—and the result of its feeding—can be seen in this image. The spread of gypsy moths in Wisconsin has prompted naturalists to warn residents about how they can protect their trees and shrubs from this invasive, voracious eater. (Photo courtesy of Wisconsin DNR)

Gypsy moths continue to have naturalists and property owners gnashing their teeth.

 

 


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