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June 28, 2014 7:09 PM

KC Gardens: Now is the time to watch out for bagworms

They spend most of their lives attached to a branch or stem eating, never leaving the comfort of the spun bag. Only the males leave the bags to mate with the female, and then they die. The female lays eggs for next year’s hatch.

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