Apple leaf sawfly, an insect from the sawfly family.
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The apple sawfly belongs to the sawflies. Sawflies do not have a wasp waist like the ‘regular’ wasps and they do not sting.
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ragus fly eats tunnels in the stems and lays its eggs in them; the affected stems grow crooked.
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gall midge is a mosquito over four mm in size and is one of the largest gall midges, found in Europe. Continue reading “Beech gall midge”
leaf-miner beetle is +
2 mm in size, belonging to the weevils and living on and off beech
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Beet cyst eelworm (nematodes)
are 1 to 2 mm-sized, nearly invisible worms that live off plants.
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The beet leafminer is very similar to the common house fly. Larvae of this fly eat the chlorophyll between the veins of the leaves.
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rch catkin bug belongs to the seed bugs and lives primarily on birch
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