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Numerous caterpillars (moth larvae) of various shades of beige-brown and averaging about 2 inches long, encased in silken webbing.
Pacific Northwest montane forest.
Spotted devouring the vegetation within their "tents" in a near-ground shrub and along an overhead tree branch, part of an infestation extending from low shrubs to tree canopies in the Newhalem Campground in North Cascades National Park.