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Phytobia carbonaria?
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Posted on 23-02-2016 12:27
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Attached, please find a photo of a howthorn twigg with serpent-like tuneling ander bark. Haste search in the Web suggested Phytobia sp., and Phytobia on Crataegus should be Ph. carbonaria. Anyone to confirm?
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they do really nice work on twigs:
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