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Old Saturday 2nd June 2012, 13:03   #1
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ID needed Norfolk uk

Hi Everyone came across this tree covered in what looks like web/silk on closer inspection lots of larvae, have attached the photos, Hope someone can ID them will be much appreciated,

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Old Saturday 2nd June 2012, 13:29   #2
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They are probably either the larvae of the moths Ypnomeuta ? sp. or Euproctis ? sp., most likely the former. Without seeing the caterpillars you can't really get any closer.

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