Willow leaf damage by sawfly caterpillars

Willow leaf damage by sawfly caterpillars

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Credit: CLAUDE NURIDSANY & MARIE PERENNOU/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Insect leaf damage. A willow leaf eaten by caterpillars (larvae) of the sawfly Tenthredes (family: Tenthredinidae). Much of the tissue of the leaf has been devoured, leaving the tough veins. Sawfly larvae may live in groups, as seen here, and usually they become active only at dusk or at night.

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Keywords: botany, by sawfly larvae, caterpillar, disease, diseases, insect damage, larvae, leaf, leaf damage, nature, pathogens, pathology, pest pests, plant, sawfly, tenthredinidae, type, willow leaf

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