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Re: Cult: Borer pupae

  • Subject: Re: Cult: Borer pupae
  • From: John Gwilliam <jkg2@cox.net>
  • Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 19:48:35 -0700

Here's a picture of an iris bore larva. We don't have much of a problem with them here in Arizona, but with the wet Summer we've had the mealybugs are very prolific.


John Gwilliam
Tempe, AZ

At 06:46 PM 8/27/2008, Robin Shadlow wrote:

Does anyone have a photo of a borer pupa  (least I think pupa is the singular) that they could post?
I think I found one today as I was digging, but wanted verification.  Course I squished it :  )
Robin Shadlow
zone 5 NE
where it was nothing short of perfect today for tilling new iris beds   :  )

John Gwilliam

Too many people were born on third base
and go through life thinking they hit a triple.

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