Spongy Moth Photo

The spongy moth, shown in its caterpillar form, feeds on the foliage of hundreds of tree and shrub species in North America.

La PORTE — County residents affected by a recent spongy moth surge packed the County Complex meeting room on Monday to share their plight in dealing with the pests.

Spongy moths, formerly referred to as gypsy moths, feed on the foliage of hundreds of tree and shrub species in North America.

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njash

Could we have these wooly worms in Trail Creek on pine trees too?

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