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leaf miner

[′lēf ‚mīn·ər]
(invertebrate zoology)
Any of the larvae of various insects which burrow into and eat the parenchyma of leaves.
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The aim of present study was to check the comparative efficacy of different essential oils and synthetic insecticides against citrus leafminer larvae.
A., Hoy (Ed.), Proceedings, International Meeting: Managing the Citrus Leafminer (pp.
During the investigation of Leafminer, Symantec discovered a list of 809 targets used by the attackers for vulnerability scans.
Symantec detection telemetry shows malware and custom tools used by Leafminer on 44 systems across four regions in the Middle East.
Changes in the dynamics of the leafminer, Liriomyza huidobrensis, in israeli potato fields.
The basswood leafminer (BLM) (Baliosus nervosus) is a native beetle that primarily feeds on the foliage of the American basswood (Tilia americana) as both larvae (leafminers) and adults (skeletonizers).
According to the results of the study of the fluctuations of the different stages of the leafminer for the three varieties (Washington navel, Clementine and Portuguese), the activity of Phyllocnistis citrella is characterized by two distinct periods.
Effect of some organic insecticides on the population levels of serpentine leafminer and its parasites.
He suggested growers that they must use agriculture department recommended pesticides if Leafminer and other insects attack was witnessed.
One dominant gene conferring the resistance to the leafminer, Liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) Diptera: Agromyzidae in melon (Cucumis melo L.).
So far, the Arctic Granny Smith has shown increased incidence of a leaf-eating bug known as tentiform leafminer, but for the 13 other pests and diseases tested for by Okanagan, both varieties of Arctic apples have performed better or the same as conventional apples.
Natural diet consisted of house fly Musca domestica, citrus leafminer Phyllocnistis citrella and mosquito larvae.