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Fall webworm
Hyphantria cunea

  • Produces silken webbing that covers the ends of branches; silken tent filled with droppings and pieces of leaves
  • Feeds on leaves within webbing; feeding can be severe when large numbers are present
  • Yellowish or greenish with long, fine white hairs with two rows of black spots down its back; approx. 1 inch long when fully grown
  • Damage occurs from late July through September
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