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You’re right up there now with the big guys, with gypsy moths and Japanese beetles.
Not to be outdone, Philadelphia’s Wagner Free Institute of Science noted that a New Englander had introduced the gypsy moth to the United States.
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First Known Use of gypsy moth
GYPSY MOTH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gypsy moth for English Language Learners
: a type of moth whose caterpillar does great damage to trees by eating the leaves
GYPSY MOTH Defined for Kids
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