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Fall Webworms

Hyphantria cunea


It's that time of year! We went to this park only a few days apart, and the first time, these weren't there, but the second time, they'd pitched their tents and gotten comfortable! Fun fact: If you get close to them, they pop their heads up and down aggressively in rhythm. I tried to film it, but of course, the moment I hit record, they stopped.


They look to have set up their tents on an older healthy oak.


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Matthew Hammond
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Matthew Hammond

Arkansas, USA

Spotted on Sep 17, 2019
Submitted on Sep 25, 2019

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