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6 Variable Oak Leaf Caterpillar on Leaf
7 Close Up of Variable Oak Leaf Caterpillar (VOLC)
9 Multiple Pictures: ETC Nest Egg Mass and Caterpillar
11 FW Caterpillar and Nest
12 FW Adult and Caterpillar
13 FW Nest and Caterpillars
15 Hickory Tussock Moth Adult (HTM)
16 Hickory Tussock Moth Caterpillar
17 HTM Caterpillar
18 Sycamore Tussock Moth Caterpillar
19 Western Tussock Moth Caterpillar
20 Western Tussock Moth Adult
22 Spiney Elm Caterpillars (SEC)
23 SEC Adult (Mourning Cloak Butterfly)
25 GM Caterpillar
26 GM Caterpillar
27 GM Adults (Male is dark moth)
28 GM Adults
29 GM Adult Females Laying Eggs
30 GM Larvae On Partly Devoured Oak Leaves
31 Trees On Hilltop Defoliated By GM
32 Life Cycle & Picture of Southern Pine Bark Beetle: IPS Species, Southern Pine Beetle & Black Turpentine Beetle
34 BTB Pitch Tube (entry into host tree)
35 BTB Adult
36 Tree with BTB Pitch Tube
38 SPB Adult and Eggs and Larval Galleries
39 SPB Pitch Tubes On Bark
41 IPS Adult
42 IPS Larval Galleries
44 Texas Leaf Cutting Ant
46 Periodic Cicada
47 Periodic Cicada Injury To Maple
48 Periodic Cicadas (note arrow where eggs have been laid)
50 WOB Adult
51 WOB Adult
52 Borer Injury
53 WOB Attack Injury
55 LB Adult
56 LB Adult
57 LB Injury
58 Trees Damaged By Locust Borer
60 BBB Adult
61 BBB Larvae
62 BBB Injury To Paper Birch
64 LLM Adult And Leaf Injury
65 LLM Adult Defoliation And Injury
67 Adult BL
68 Larvae of BL
69 BL Damage
71 Bagworm Pupal Cases
72 Bagworm Pupal Case
73 Bagworm Pupal Case Opened To Show Pupa
75 For Comparison: Adult NEBB A Newly Emerged NEBB European Elm Bark Beetle
76 Brood Galleries of NEBB
78 WPW Adult And Twig Injury
79 WPW Injury
80 WPW Damage
81 WPW Larvae
82 WPW Adult (note long snout)
83 WPW Damage To Young White Pine
85 PW Adult
86 PW Adult With Injury
88 WS Adults
90 SOS Larvae And Injury
91 SOS Damage
93 Adult Larch Sawfly
94 Mature Larvae of Introduced Pine Sawfly
95 Redheaded Pine Sawfly Larva
96 Redheaded Pine Sawfly Damage (larva at arrow)
97 Examples of CS Larvae: European Pine Sawfly Jack Pine Sawfly Introduced Pine Sawfly
98 Examples of CS Larvae: Redheaded Pine Sawfly Red Pine Sawfly Virginia Pine Sawfly White Pine Sawfly
99 Black-headed Pine Sawfly
101 Adult EPSM
102 EPSM Pupa In A Tunneled Twig
103 EPSM Damage On Pine Twig
104 Pitch Accumulation Where EPSM Larva Is Feeding
105 Symptoms Of Injury From EPSM
107 Adult Female SB
108 SB Larvae
109 SB Damage On Balsam Fir
111 “Web” Of Pine Webworm
112 PW Damage, Nest (web) And Larval Stages
114 NPTM Adult
115 Typical NPTM Damage To Pine Shoot
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