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Pine tip moths feed on and destroy new growth (terminals) of pines grown throughout most of Colorado. Injury often is quite conspicuous, and infested plants may appear unattractive. Although little real injury to the health of the infested tree results from pine tip moth attacks, tree growth can be delayed and the form altered to a bushier appearance.
Source: Colorado State University
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