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oakworm outbreak?

Local arborist friends and associates: Please help me in monitoring for oak moth caterpillar activity. The attached photos may help you or your climbers to identify oak moth egg clusters and 1st/2nd instar larvae in the upper canopy, on the underside of leaves. I’ve been getting some calls for oak moth flights. There were a …


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