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dogwood sawfly

Canon EOS 70D
1/125s f/2.8 at 100.0mm iso100 full exif

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Guest 29-Aug-2017 18:51
dogwood sawfly
Guest 04-Sep-2016 00:04
Sawfly looks like a caterpillar is a wasp
Cheryl 11-Aug-2016 12:05
I live in Virginia and these things have stripped part of my tree in the front yard. What are they and how do I control them?
Gretchen 31-Aug-2015 15:25
I woke up to these all through my grass and my blueberry bush stripped. Out of nowhere. I'm going to send a picture to the Ohio State extension office for identification. Gretchen from Ohio
Guest 13-Aug-2015 18:45
They hit a bush by my patio. It is half striped. They weren't there yesterday. What are they called. Marion from NS.
alexya skibo 06-Aug-2015 16:36
First time ever . noticed tree in neighbors yard totally stripped of foliage (15-20 ft tall). My red twig dogwood is infested with these small white caterpillars. do not not to spray due to hummingbirds, various birds, plus all benifical insects. thinking cut,remove, burn all infected areas. Nursery suggests spraying
Mandalee 16-Jul-2015 03:38
What is this? That have nearly reaten an entire viburnum bush I have.
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