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Viburnum Leaf Beetle
Guide to identifying viburnums

Which viburnum is it?

Viburnum leaf
beetle home


Guide to identifying Viburnums

  • Common names


  • Is it a viburnum?


  • Which viburnum?


  • Express key


  • ID tutorial


  • Guide to viburnums by David Swaciak.

    Leaf drawings by
    Marcia Eames-Sheavly.

    Logo images by Paul Weston & Craig Cramer

    5C1. If your leaf has brown dots (under magnification) on the underside especially along the veins and rounded teeth, go to Viburnum cassinoides.
    Picture coming soon.
    5C2. If your leaf does not have brown dots on the underside, go to Viburnum dentatum.
    5C3. If your leaf has brown dots on the underside and pointed teeth go to Viburnum wrightii.
    Picture coming soon.




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