NONFICTION

The MothWorm Things

Invasion of the plaster bagworms

The dried papery husks were shaped like pumpkin seeds but smaller, varying in size from about one eighth to half inch. I didn’t pay them much mind at first. Not until Helen, on an overnight visit said, “I need to show you something.”

“What the hell are they?”

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Eileen Vorbach Collins

Eileen Vorbach Collins

Baltimore native battling fire ants in Florida. Award winning essayist. Pushcart nominee. Writes because it’s cheaper than therapy. www.eileenvorbachcollins.com