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The larval stage crawls up the host trees during the night and feeds on green parts. The larvae of some species sometimes completely strip the buds and shoots, and, in some species, they leave only the main vein of the leaf after feeding. Climbing cutworms can be found in grapes, apples, peaches, pears, and plums. Ash, boxelder, birch, maple, and other species are also their hosts.