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I have a tree (Ficus carica) that has a problem recently, but I am not sure about its problem. Most of leaves have a kind of web (like Tetranichidae web ), but very compactly! I saw that somethings are between webs, and for sure have checked under microscope.. but unfortunately I couldnít know them, they are similar to excreta of butterflies.. and I couldnít find anything more inside of them.. however these leaves finally been necrosis, like burn.. Who can advise me about this problem..??
I'm so sorry, Unfortunately my camera is damaged and these photos donít have good quality.. Frown

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So thanks Paul, Smile it means that a kind of Lepidoptera created such this problem, even about necrosis...?? Frown Unfortunately most of leaves in this tree have this problem... awkward
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