MOUNT VERNON — Fall webworms, scientifically known as Hyphantria cunea, are a common sighting around Mount Vernon and all of central Ohio this time of year. Driving around a wooded area, one can see unsightly, light gray, silken webs in the trees in the late summer and early fall.

 

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One Response to “Fall webworms a common sight”

  1. Amanda

    Thank you for this story! I’ve been wondering what these things were and this was a very informative article.