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  • noun Plural form of bagworm.


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  • And, butterfly caterpillars do not cause the leaf damage some people associate with some moth caterpillars such as bagworms, tent caterpillars, or gypsy moths.


  • It is my considered opinion, as a professional entomolotician, that the city is suffering through its worst infestation of bagworms in 47 years.

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  • Gerard was on hand to stand behind the mar - shal's chair, pour the marshal's tea, and commiserate with the marshal's concerns over those he considered his most implacable foes: aphids, spider mites, and bagworms.

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  • It will soon be time for bagworms to attack junipers and other narrow-leafed evergreens.


  • This camouflage works very well because most homeowners overlook these bagworms for several seasons until their presence and damage on plants become very apparent.

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  • Bagworms may be controlled on small shrubs and trees by handpicking or cutting bagworms from infested plants during late fall, winter, or early spring, before the eggs inside hatch.

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  • Place bagworms in a plastic bag or container for disposal by household trash pickup.

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  • Don't discard the bagworms onto the ground since they are capable of crawling back onto plants.

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  • After leaves fall from deciduous plants, bagworms are easy to spot because they look like brown cones dangling from branches, but on plants that don't form cones.


  • Ankeny officials say the influx in bagworms has occurred not just in Ankeny but in other areas in the southern part of the state. - NEWS


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