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- n. Hyphantria cunea, a moth in the family Arctiidae known principally for its larval stage, which creates characteristic webbed nests on a wide variety of hardwood trees in the late summer and fall.
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- n. The larva of any moth of the genus Hyphantria, which spins a web around the foliage on which it feeds.
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- n. a variety of webworm
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