European grapevine moth eggs

European grapevine moth eggs

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Caption: European grapevine moth (Lobesia botrana) eggs (white patch at lower right) on the surface of a grape. The larvae of this moth feed on the fruit and flowers of grape vines, and it is a major vineyard pest. It is native to Europe and northern Africa, but was first found in the USA in California in 2009, leading to quarantines being imposed to try and contain its spread.

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