Corn ear (Zea mays) damaged by ear worms

Corn ear (Zea mays) damaged by ear worms

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Caption: Corn ear (Zea mays) damaged by earworm caterpillar (Helicoverpa zea). The USA is by far the world's biggest producer of maize, having produced approximately 280 million metric tons in 2005. The corn earworm can have a significant damaging impact on the yield of Maize and various other crops. Photographed in Iowa, USA.

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