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They’re here. If you’ve been outside for the past three or four weeks, you’ve probably had the unfortunate experience of a tête-à-tête with spongy moth (formerly gypsy moth) caterpillars.

They are ubiquitous — on your clothes, in your hair and especially in your trees. They feed on over 300 kinds of trees but are particularly fond of oaks. These invasive and villainous vermin run a 10-15-year cycle and are enjoying a peak year.

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