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These tiny, oval jumping insects vary in color depending on the species, but most types are black, shiny bronze, or dark blue. Except for a desert species with a particular fondness for corn, all have an appetite for a broad range of edible plants. Adults chew holes in leaves; the white larvae feed on roots, healthy older plants can survive a flea beetle attack, but seedlings may die.

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