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Yellow-Striped Armyworm

We have a reader who recently found a type of worm in his living room, bathroom, and also in his daughter’s bedroom. He would like to know what they are and how can he get rid of them. He sent us a picture that gave us a little idea of how these worms looked. After looking at the picture and doing our own research, we have determined that first of all, it's not a worm at all, it's a caterpillar. The one that looks most like his picture is the Yellow-Striped Army worm. Continue reading [...]

What Do Army Worms Look Like?

The adult moth has a wingspan of about 1-1/2 inches and the hind wings are grayish white. The first pair is dark gray mottled with lighter and darker patches. Continue reading [...]

Worms in Trees

There are so many different types of worms that love to hang out in trees that it’s tough to keep track. Just a few of the different types of worms in trees include bagworms, Catawba worms, apple tree worms, Christmas tree worms, army worms, and catalpa tree worms. Continue reading [...]

Army Worm

The army worm lives mostly in the southern United States, South America, some islands of the West Indies, and the tropics of Central America. The army worm can only survive the winter in the tropics and the warm Gulf areas of the U.S. Continue reading [...]

Cutworms: Damaging Pests in Gardens & Crops

Cutworms are moth larvae that can create widespread damage in home gardens and commercial crops. Many types of cutworms exist that feed in different ways to destroy various parts of plants. Continue reading [...]

Army Worms

Army worms are serious pests for residential turf and commercial crops. Before turning into moths, army worms have voracious appetites. Continue reading [...]
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