Unformatted text preview: life is to reproduce.-Some of the methods to control gypsy moths include the use of pesticides, the introduction of new species that either feed on the moths or their larvae, or parasites that use the moths as their hosts.-One of the problems with introducing predators is that they also feed on similar native moths. "IMPACTS AND OPTIONS FOR BIODIVERSITY-ORIENTED LAND MANAGERS." Naturserve (2004): All. Raffa, Kenneth. "Natural Enemies of the Gypsy Moth: The Good Guys!." Extension Bulletin E-2700(2001): All. Debora, McCollough. "Pheremone Traps and the Gypsy Moth." Extension Bulletin E-2585(1999): All....
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- Spring '08
- Meaning of life, Lepidoptera, Caterpillar, Gypsy moth