Control of the Leaf Miner Profenusa canadensis (Marlatt) on Cockspur Hawthorns
Authors: ENGLISH, L. L.; SNETSINGER, ROBERT
Source: Journal of Economic Entomology, Volume 52, Number 6, December 1959 , pp. 1218-1219(2)
Publisher: Entomological Society of America
Abstract:Profenusa canadensis (Marlatt), often referred to as the cherry, hawthorn, or cherry and hawthorn sawfly leaf miner, is a serious pest of the English Morello cherry, Prunus cerasus var. austeria L., and of the cockspur hawthorn, Cratraegus crus-galli L. The destructive stage of this pest is a greenish larva that eats the tissue between the epidermal layers of a leaf. In the case of serious infestations of Profenusa canadensis, one, two, or even three sawfly leaf miners may be present in a high percentage of the leaves and a substantial part of the foliage present during the early part of the growing season may be destroyed.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 1959
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