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17/3/2011

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Gypsy moth was introduced from Europe into Medford, Massachusetts in 1869 by Leopold Trouvelot, who was attempting to breed the insect for silk production. Gypsy moth infestations altertnate between years when trees experience 29 Oct 2003 Extensive information on the biology, impact, distribution and management of this exotic insect in North America. Gypsy Moth - The gypsy moth is a serious threat to some of North America's most beautiful and popular deciduous trees including maples, oaks and elms.The gypsy moth , Lymantria dispar, is a moth in the family Lymantriidae of Eurasian origin. Originally ranging from Europe to Asia, it was introduced to
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