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Jim Thorpe, PA
Okay, thanks Karen! I am currently feeding them oak leaves, but I have a non-fruiting apple tree that seems like a better choice! I found them alongside a cement wall at my friends house, and decided it would be fun to raise them.Btw, Seto, nice spotting!
Pretty much anything Jacob! Their preference is plants from the Rosaceae family, especially cherry & apple trees but your best bet is to look for the "tents" & that will lead you to a host plant!
Do you know what these guys eat? I'm raising some from moth hood, and would like to know what they feed on.
Lat: 40.87, Long: -75.74
Spotted on May 28, 2009 Submitted on Mar 7, 2012