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Bagworms can damage juniper, arborvitae, pine, and spruce. Description, life history, and control are discussed in this publication.
The bagworm is native to the United States and is found in eastern Nebraska. Bagworms feed on many species of trees and shrubs, but are most common on junipers. They are rarely a serious problem on deciduous trees, except when larvae move away from evergreens.