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Forest tent caterpillars can be seen in large masses in Hubbard County, above, where they weave a large silk tent to emerge from in this photo from 2012. Shannon Geisen | Forum News Servces

Forest tent caterpillars vs. Foray 48B insecticide

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ALEXANDRIA — The fuzzy little caterpillar takes a nap in a cute cocoon and emerges a beautiful butterfly. Ah. Why then does the tale turn into a horror story when a forest tent caterpillar turns into a moth?

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