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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by skeet, Sep 6, 2009.
It's eating my Rhododendrons
Tussock Moths - Family Lymantriidae
The LYMANTRIIDAE Caterpillars are usually hairy, often with four distinct tussocks of hair on their back make them look like a toothbrush. The hair can cause irritation if contact. The Caterpillars pupate in a woven cocoon under bark or foliage. The pupa usually covered with larval hairs as well. These hairs can cause problems if touched, or if they are released to blow about.
Ugly, Very Ugly but would look better if rolled in egg, flour and fried. OR feed them to your grandson's pet Trantula.. Yep his spyder will eat anything.