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In dimming phase, Gypsy moth is a pest of forest environments [12], phyllophagous and polyphage known to feed on over 300 species of trees and shrubs [7], it's' preferentially feeds on oak leaves [21].
This year they spelled whippoorwill (a nocturnal bird), whorlywort (a perennial herb), perlingual (by way of the tongue) and phyllophagous (feeding on leaves) correctly to get to the final round.