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rednecked peanutworm adult

rednecked peanutworm adult

The rednecked peanutworm (Stegasta bosqueella) is the main lepidopteran pest in South and Central American peanut fields. The rednecked peanutworm adult (such as shown here) can lay up to 230 eggs singly or in small groups on the peanut plant stem. (Photo by José Ricardo Lima Pinto)

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