Leaf miner damage

Leaf miner damage

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Credit: MICHAEL W. TWEEDIE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Leaf miner damage. Leaf of an Aquilegia sp. plant damaged by the larvae of an agromyzis leaf-miner fly (Phytomyza minuscula). Leaf miners are insect larvae that live within leaf tissue. They can be the larvae of many different insect species, including moths (family Lepidoptera), flies (family Diptera) and some wasps and beetles. Many cause damage to garden plants and crops.

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