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Larva in cherry fruit. Unlike in apple, plum, pear and peach, larvae complete development in mature fruits of cherry. P.J. Chapman - New York State Agricultural Experiment Station (US)
Oviposition marks (D-shaped marks) on young cherry fruits.Courtesy: P.J. Chapman - New York State Agricultural Experiment Station (US).
Superficial oviposition and feeding (small spots) scars on a mature apple fruit.Courtesy: P.J. Chapman - New York State Agricultural Experiment Station (US).
Pyramid trap (left) and circle or trunk trap (right)Courtesy: Cesar Rodriguez-Saona, Tim Lampasona, respectively
Plum curculio damage on apple, close-upCourtesy: Laboratoire d'expertise et de diagnostic en phytoprotection – MAPAQ
Conotrachelus nenuphar egg (a), larva (b), pupa (c), and adult (d)Courtesy: Dean Polk, Dean Polk, J. F. Walgenbach, and Pest and Diseases Image Library, Bugwood.org, respectively