White Marked Tussock Moth (Notolophus leucostigma Abb. and Sm.): 1. Full grown caterpillar; 2. Male moth at rest; 3. Female moth laying eggs on her recently vacated cocoon; 4. Several cocoons; 5. Cast skins of caterpillars; 6. Work of young caterpillars on under surface of leaf; 7. Male pupa; 8. Branch girdled by caterpillars; 9. End of branch broken off at the point where it was girdled; Forest Tent Caterpillar: Maple Worm (Clisiocampa disstra Hubn.): 10. Female moth; 11. Male moth; 12. Egg belt encircling twig; 13. Full grown caterpillar; 14. Cocoon in a leaf; 15. Pupa; 16. Cast skin of caterpillars
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