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Gypsy Moths Rapidly Spreading in Detroit, Michigan

In this FOX 2 News segment, Josh Leo of Davey's North Detroit, Michigan, office, talks about how gypsy moths are rapidly spreading and the dangers they bring to trees. Leo suggests contacting an arborist at the first sight of them on your property.

Posted: July 19, 2018

(WJBK) - The gypsy moth population in the metro Detroit area is spiking, and could get worse by 2019. 

Gypsy moths are an invasive species and aren’t native to North America. We know from science class that the moth is the evolved stage of a caterpillar, and it's the caterpillar stage that's most dangerous and, in this case, devastating. 

Keep reading here. Or watch the video below.


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