Cyzenis albicans only eats winter moths. In an experimental effort to keep the winter moths in check, thousands of Cyzenis albicans were released in 2015 in 17 sites across New England, including sites in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Maine, with some success. 
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- Felicia Gans, Boston Globe Correspondent (November 30, 2015). "Winter moths make appearance for mating season". Retrieved December 3, 2015.
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