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pecan nut casebearer egg

pecan nut casebearer egg

Pecan nut casebearer eggs are difficult to see as they are small, 0.65 millimeters long, laid singly, and secreted in folds and crevices on the pecan nutlet. (Image originally published in Knutson and Ree 2019, Journal of Integrated Pest Managment)

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