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Wireworms

Wireworms

The shiny, reddish brown larvae of the click beetle are the particular bane of gardeners who dote on root crops. Reaching a length of about 1 1/2 inches, wire-worms are hard-shelled and jointed with three pairs of legs just behind the head. They’re especially...
Winter Moth

Winter Moth

The female of this species is virtually wingless and cannot fly, but the male is fully winged and flies strongly. Its wingspan is 28–33 mm with alternating pale buff and darker brown fascia on the forewings and a similar pattern, but much paler, on the hindwings. The...
Whiteflies

Whiteflies

Some 200 species of these pests cause problems. Like aphids (their close relatives), they’re sap feeders, sucking plant juices from leaf undersides. The adults, which look like tiny white moths, fly up in a cloud when disturbed. Some of the nymphal stages resemble...
Weevils

Weevils

Weevils are recognized by their distinctive long snout and antennae with small clubs; beyond that, they have a considerable diversity of form and size, with adult lengths ranging from 0.04 in to 1.57 in and are almost entirely plant feeders.
Tussock Moths

Tussock Moths

From one year to the next, tussock moth caterpillars may go from troublesome, to entirely absent, or vice versa. Both eastern and western species exist; all are colorful, l inch long caterpillars with long bristles, spots along the length of the body, and a quartet of...
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