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Officials: Trees expected to survive native caterpillar outbreak

Small green caterpillars have eaten the leaves of many trees in Anne Arundel and Prince George's county this spring. The caterpillars, called cankerworms, are often mistaken for the gypsy moth, one of the most devastating pests in North America, the state Department of Agriculture said in a news...

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