Webworms Cause Minor Damage To Trees

Daniel Gill, West, Lisa  |  8/7/2007 11:56:09 PM

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(Audio 07/09/07) Webworms are small caterpillars that feed on the foliage of a variety of trees. They get their name because they create web-like structures at the end of branches -- enclosing the foliage. They feed on the foliage, but the damage they do generally is minimal. (Runtime: 60 seconds)
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