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Buckeye Bugs To Watch For

This time last year, I wrote about some drooping Ohio buckeye leaves I had just found in Ohio, which I later determined to be caused by Zeiraphera claypoleana, the “buckeye petiole borer.” Commenting on my original post, Moni Hayne mentioned finding some … Continue reading

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Buckeye Petiole Borer

Back in May, I posted a mystery I had encountered a week earlier involving caterpillars boring in petioles of Ohio buckeye (Aesculus glabra). I’ll copy and paste the relevant photos below, but for explanations you can check out the original post. … Continue reading

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Monthly Mystery #18: Buckeye Bugs

Early spring is a great time to be investigating signs of insects on plants, because with all the leaves being fresh, there is a good chance of finding the insects themselves, perhaps even catching them in the act of leaving … Continue reading

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