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Agronomy CDE Insect Identification – No Names
Destruction by Removal of Plant Fluid Aphid Aphid Leafhopper Leafhopper Scale Scale Spider mite Spider mite Spittle bug Spittle bug Stink bug Stink bug
Destruction of Fruit / Flower Blister Beetle Blister Beetle Corn Earworm Larva Corn Earworm Larva Grain Weevil Grain Weevil Japanese Beetle Japanese Beetle Spotted cucumber beetle / Southern corn rootworm beetle Spotted cucumber beetle / Southern corn rootworm beetle Western corn rootworm beetle Western corn rootworm beetle Wireworm Wireworm
Destruction of Vegetative Parts Alfalfa Weevil Alfalfa Weevil Armyworm Larva Armyworm Larva Bean Leaf Beetle Bean Leaf Beetle Chinch Bug Chinch Bug Corn Rootworm Larva Corn Rootworm Larva Cutworm Larva Cutworm Larva European Corn Borer Larva European Corn Borer Larva Flea Beetle Flea Beetle Grasshopper Grasshopper Japanese Beetle Japanese Beetle Leaf Skeletonizer Leaf Skeletonizer Mexican Bean Beetle Mexican Bean Beetle Spotted Cucumber Beetle / Southern Corn Rootworm Beetle Spotted Cucumber Beetle / Southern Corn Rootworm Beetle Tobacco / Tomato Hornworm Larva Tobacco / Tomato Hornworm Larva Western Corn Rootworm Beetle Western Corn Rootworm Beetle White Grub White Grub Wireworm Wireworm
None or Predatory Assassin Bug Assassin Bug Cricket Cricket Green Lacewing Green Lacewing Honeybee Honeybee Lady Beetle Larva Lady Beetle Larva
Incomplete Metamorphosis Aphid Aphid Assassin Bug Assassin Bug Chinch Bug Chinch Bug Cricket Cricket Grasshopper Grasshopper Leafhopper Leafhopper Scale Scale Spider mite Spider mite Spittle bug Spittle bug Stink bug Stink bug
Complete Metamorphosis Alfalfa Weevil Alfalfa Weevil Armyworm Larva Armyworm Larva Bean Leaf Beetle Bean Leaf Beetle Blister Beetle Blister Beetle Corn Earworm Larva Corn Earworm Larva Corn Rootworm Larva Corn Rootworm Larva Cutworm Larva Cutworm Larva European Corn Borer Larva European Corn Borer Larva Flea Beetle Flea Beetle Grain weevil Grain weevil Green Lacewing Green Lacewing Honeybee Honeybee Japanese Beetle Japanese Beetle Lady Beetle Larva Lady Beetle Larva Leaf Skeletonizer Leaf Skeletonizer Mexican Bean Beetle Mexican Bean Beetle Spotted Cucumber Beetle / Southern Corn Rootworm Beetle Spotted Cucumber Beetle / Southern Corn Rootworm Beetle Tobacco / Tomato Hornworm Larva Tobacco / Tomato Hornworm Larva Western Corn Rootworm Larva Western Corn Rootworm Larva White Grub White Grub Wireworm Wireworm
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