Gypsy Moths Are Back, But The Damage Is Limited

Full story: Hartford Courant

The hairy larvae were everywhere - crawling up and down tree trunks, falling on people's heads and defoliating about 1.5 million acres in the process.
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Agnes Moorehead

Windsor, CT

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Aug 4, 2008
 
I remember the Gypsy Moth invasion of the 80s. That "rain" heard was their frass falling. Not the caterpillars themselves.
Squidward

East Hartford, CT

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Aug 4, 2008
 
do they dance for their dinner and tell fortunes?

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