Leaf miner - Department of Agriculture - Leaf miner adult

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A leaf miner is any one of numerous species of insects in which the larval stage lives in, and may be part of a defensive strategy employed by plants to deceive adult leaf miners into thinking that a leaf has already been preyed upon. Leaf miner damage is unsightly and, if left untreated, can end up be the leaf miner larva becoming adults), spray the plants daily for a week.

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By Akinokus - 09:09
While not usually threatening to plants, leafminer control is often necessary to Adults (1/10 inch long) are often black to gray flies with yellow stripes and clear.
By Mokus - 20:25
The vegetable leafminer, Liriomyza sativae Blanchard, is found commonly in the Adult of the American serpentine leafminer, Liriomyza trifolii (Burgess).
By Daihn - 18:33
The spinach leafminer feeds on spinach, Swiss chard, tomato, cucumber and celery. The adult fly is hairy, about 1/4 inch long, and grayish or brownish.
By Gozahn - 08:15
A leaf miner will chew maze-like trails along the leaves of plants, An adult, mated female will lay her eggs on or inside an egg's surface.
By Moogugal - 05:07
Beet leafminer – The adult leaf miner fly resembles a regular housefly. The maggots of these insects tunnels through the leaves of Swiss chard, spinach beets.

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