Scientific name: Arthropoda: Insecta: Lepidoptera: Arctiidae: Hyphantria cunea
Common Name: Fall Webworm
Date: 24 June 2001
Photographer: J. E. Barrows
Identifier: E. M. Barrows
Collector: not applicable
Location: Lebanon State Forest
Keywords: A apple ash Boxelder Fall Webworm High-bush Blueberry hickory Lebanon State Forest maple oak Pine Barrens walnut White Mulberry
A larval nest of Fall Webworm (a moth species) in High-bush Blueberry.
The Fall Webworm is native throughout eastern U.S. and adjacent Canada.
It is often abundant.
Its larvae feed on over 100 tree and shrub species including apples, ashes, hickories, maples (including Boxelder), oaks, walnuts, and White Mulberry.
Please see the page on Common Snapping Turtle and Lebanon State Forest for further information on the Forest.
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Fernald, M. L. 1950. Gray's Manual of Botany. Eighth Edition. American Book Company, New York, NY. 1632 pp.
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