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Epitrix tuberis(EPIXTU)

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Damage of Epitrix spp. on potato plant.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Damage of Epitrix spp. on potato plant.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Damage of Epitrix spp. on potato tuber.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Adults feeding on potato foliage.

Courtesy: Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (CA).

Damage of Epitrix spp. on potato plant.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Damage vof Epitrix spp. on potato tubers.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Damage of Epitrix spp. on potato tuber.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Damage of Epitrix spp. on potato tuber and larva.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Potato tuber showing light superficial channels due to larvae.

Courtesy: Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (CA).

Potato tuber in longitudinal section, showing tunnels due to larvae.

Courtesy: Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (CA).

Potato tuber with darkened superficial channels due to larvae.

Courtesy: Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (CA).

Potato tuber showing a section with mines due to summer generation larvae.

Courtesy: Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (CA).

Close up of potato tuber with dark suberized markings, corresponding to the end of tunnels due to larvae.

Courtesy: Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (CA).

Damage of Epitrix spp. on potato tuber and larva.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Eggs.

Courtesy: Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (CA).

Damage of Epitrix spp. on potato tuber and larva.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Potato tuber showing a heavy darkened superficial channel due to larvae.

Courtesy: Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (CA).

Damage of Epitrix spp. on potato tuber.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Pupae.

Courtesy: Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (CA).

Larvae.

Courtesy: Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (CA).

Adult of Epitrix tuberis.

Courtesy: Agriculture Canada, Ottawa (CA).