Leaf damage by bagworm larvae

Leaf damage by bagworm larvae

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Caption: Leaves damaged by pagoda bagworm (Pagodiella hekmeyeri), a pest of many plant species. The larave of the pagoda bagworm moth construct pagoda-like coverings comprising layers of leaf discs as a protection from predators. As the larvae develop they eat the leaf surfaces creating circular holes.

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