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Re: June bugs


In a message dated 97-02-10 14:40:40 EST, you write:

Bill Shear said
> According to my beetle
>manual, June bugs (Phyllophaga spp.) feed after dark on leaves of trees and
>shrubs. 

My goodness - those must be severely deprived June bugs to be out after dark
eating tree leaves.  Here, they lift off from the blackberries (if they
aren't too drunk to fly) like a swarm of hornets, in broad, hot, July summer
daylight.  Very startling to be deeply entangled in a wild bramble patch and
have a bunch go off all at once.  They also go after any other kind of soft
fruit - pears, raspberries..I can't imagine them eating ol' smelly rotten
iris rhizomes.  Does Erwinia help decompose fruit?

Linda Mann
east Tennessee USA





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