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Viburnum Leaf Beetle
Timeline
Use this chart to find out what to look for when.
Viburnum leaf
beetle home


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  Eggs, click for more info
Eggs
sites
2nd instar larva, click for more info

Larvae
Larval feeding damage, click for more info
Larvae
damage
Adult, click for more info

Pupae
Adult, click for more info

Adults
Adult feeding damage, click for more info
Adult
damage
Jan.            
           
Feb.            
           
Mar.            
           
Apr.            
Eggs hatch in late April
to early May      
May            
           
June   Larvae pupa te in early to   Hidden    
    mid-June   in soil Late June Late June
July Egg laying          
starts in July          
Aug.            
           
Sep.            
           
Oct.         Frost  
          Leaf drop
Nov.            
           
Dec.            
           




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