Eastern Tent Caterpillar Eggs Hatching Soon in Central Kentucky

The Eastern tent caterpillar eggs will begin hatching soon after spending about nine months as eggs in masses on twigs of wild cherry and related trees.
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Eastern tent caterpillar egg mass on wild cherry twig. | Photo: Courtesy Dr. Lee Townsend

The Eastern tent caterpillar (ETC) eggs will begin hatching soon after spending about nine months as eggs in masses on twigs of wild cherry and related trees, said Lee Townsend, PhD, University of Kentucky (UK) College of Agriculture, Food and Environment extension entomologist

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