The Making Of A New Hitchcock Film. Creepy Webs Largely Overtakes Trees, Bushes, Land And Property. Taking The Peace From Locals. (9 Photos)

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Categories: Knowledge · Nature · Weird     Tags: Moths · Caterpillars · Webs · Trees · England · UK · Bird-cherry Trees

Can you imagine strolling through the park and you come to see the beautiful greenery, lush and full of life. Every step you take you get closer to what looks strange. Your view from green starts to transform into this white grayish film that has trickled on pieces of leaves. You start to wonder are you still in summer or moved to winter, you’re confused of the seasons as you stare into a white covered grove. This nightmare happens in England at the Shipley Hall Fields, a small park in the Frizinghall area almost yearly.

They're small to medium smooth scales, white, pale gray or drab in color and adults offer the tangible black spots. They are also nocturnal and they fly between July and August. Thousand of moth larvae weave giant web over anything in its way.One thing experts say is that the trees will eventually heal themselves so no need to use pesticides or any other chemicals to destroy them. So, unless this makes for a good movie night, time will only tell when things will be restored.

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