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RE: Cult: Spathe borers

I've had those same "bugs" for years, too! And always
wondered why I never heard anything about them. I
thought maybe I was the only one.

From what I've seen of them... I don't think they're
the same as the infamous iris rhizome borer. And they
ARE definitely the ones doing the damage, not just
hanging out in already rotten buds. One iris that they
seem to really like is the historic, 'Loreley'. But
I've seen them on some others too. It's a good thing
they're not more plentiful or they'd really be
frustrating. I wish this thread had been started
earlier; cuz, I probably could have gotten a picture.
I'll probably have to wait until next season, now
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