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Almond - Fruittree leafroller

Direct copy from UC IPM website to word document Statewide IPM Program, Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California All contents copyright © 2009 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. The fruittree leafroller overwinters in the egg stage on limbs. Eggs hatch in early spring. Larvae are dark green with black heads and are about 1 inch long when fully grown; they are difficult to distinguish from obliquebanded leafroller. Adult moths emerge in June or July and deposit overwintering eggs. Adults appear bell shaped when at rest and have dark brown bands running at oblique angles across their wings. The wings are mottled with gold and white flecks. There is one generation each year....

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