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9 August 2011 / Anchorage Daily News / Mike Dunham

Caterpillars gang up on berry bushes, native trees

Anchorage, Alaska, United States

The outlook for blueberries in Southcentral Alaska this year is bleak, scientists say. The reason: Two species of moth have damaged berry patches, as well as native deciduous trees, from the southern Kenai Peninsula to Mat-Su.

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