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Invasive Spongy Moth

With the invasive spongy moth making a resurgence in parts of Wisconsin, Kenosha County is now offering a resource page on its website to help people identify and address outbreaks.

The new resource page on the county website, accessible at, includes images of the spongy moth at its four life stages — egg, caterpillar, pupa and adult — and it has links to resources from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension and the state Department of Natural Resources.

The page will be updated with additional resource information as current outbreaks evolve.