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[web-wurm] /ˈwɛbˌwɜrm/
the larva of any of several moths, as Hyphantria cunea (fall webworm) or Loxostege similalis (garden webworm) which spins a web over the foliage on which it feeds.
Origin of webworm
1790-1800, Americanism; web + worm Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • However, winter survival of adequate webworm populations has limited this biological control method to date.
  • Carbaryl, acephate or other chemical registered for fall webworm may also be used.
  • There are several insecticides registered for garden webworm control.
  • Insects include fall webworm cankerworms, and apple maggot.
  • The apple ermine moth and the fall webworm also spin cocoons that may be confused with those of tent caterpillars.
  • Superiority attributed to resistance to diseases and tolerance to sod webworm.

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