Definition of Garden webworm

1. Noun. A variety of webworm.

Exact synonyms: Loxostege Similalis
Generic synonyms: Webworm
Group relationships: Genus Loxostege, Loxostege



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garden Webworm

garden rhubarb
garden rocket
garden roller
garden shears
garden snail
garden sorrel
garden spade
garden spider
garden strawberry
garden symphilid
garden tool
garden trowel
garden truck
garden variety
garden violet
garden webworm (current term)
gardened
gardener
gardener's delight
gardener's garters
gardeners
gardenful
gardenfuls
gardenhood
gardenhose
gardenia
gardenias
gardening
gardening leave
gardenless

Literary usage of Garden webworm

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1. Injurious Insects: How to Recognize and Control Them by Walter Collins O'Kane (1912)
"—The garden webworm. Original. expanding three fourths of an inch. ... The work of this species is practically identical with that of the garden webworm. ..."

2. Insect Pests of Farm, Garden and Orchard by Ezra Dwight Sanderson (1921)
"The moth is larger than the garden webworm, having a wing expanse of an inch, and is a purplish-brown color with darker and paler bands as shown in Fig. ..."

3. Insects Injurious to Vegetables by Frank Hurlbut Chittenden (1907)
"garden webworm. a, Male moth; b, larva, lateral view; c, larva, ... The garden webworm occurs generally throughout the United States and is most injurious ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"All kinds of shade and ornamental trees suffer from their attacks. Typical of a large and quite distinct group of caterpillars is the garden webworm ..."

5. Biennial Report by Kansas State Horticultural Society, Nevada Historical Society (1922)
"... should be mixed with one quart of flour or hydrated lime, and dusted on the plants while the dew is still on them. garden webworm. ..."

6. Injurious Insects: How to Recognize and Control Them by Walter Collins O'Kane (1912)
"—The garden webworm. Original. expanding three fourths of an inch. ... The work of this species is practically identical with that of the garden webworm. ..."

7. Insect Pests of Farm, Garden and Orchard by Ezra Dwight Sanderson (1921)
"The moth is larger than the garden webworm, having a wing expanse of an inch, and is a purplish-brown color with darker and paler bands as shown in Fig. ..."

8. Insects Injurious to Vegetables by Frank Hurlbut Chittenden (1907)
"garden webworm. a, Male moth; b, larva, lateral view; c, larva, ... The garden webworm occurs generally throughout the United States and is most injurious ..."

9. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"All kinds of shade and ornamental trees suffer from their attacks. Typical of a large and quite distinct group of caterpillars is the garden webworm ..."

10. Biennial Report by Kansas State Horticultural Society, Nevada Historical Society (1922)
"... should be mixed with one quart of flour or hydrated lime, and dusted on the plants while the dew is still on them. garden webworm. ..."

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