You can count on seeing certain insects year after year.
An example is the insect that caused the webbing on this Texas Mountain Laurel. Can you spot it?
Here’s a closer view. This photo has two insects in it.
This is the genista caterpillar. Once it completes the pupal stage, it will turn into a small brown moth (Family Pyralidae).
How do you think the moth finds the Texas Mountain Laurel plant?
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