On Germany attacked the grape moth caterpillars

Hordes of grape moth caterpillars swarmed trees and shrubs in Hannover (Germany), and later braided their own thin and sticky web.

Researcher Karl-Heinz Jelinek of the Wildlife Conservation Society says that this activity moth caterpillars become more and more every year. Most likely, the caterpillars become fewer natural enemies that control their numbers, eg parasitic wasps. He does not recommend poison insect poison, because it can cause irreparable consequences.

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