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Gypsy Moth In North America

 
 

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Natural Enemies of the Gypsy Moth

Even though the gypsy moth is not native to North America, there are a variety of predators, parasitoids, and diseases that affect populations. Some of these species were already native to North America, some were purposefully introduced as biological control agents, and some were accidentally introduced.

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Predators:

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Diseases:


White-footed mouse, Peromyscus leucopus.


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