Miconia calvescens Predators - Page 2

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Possible Ategumia sp. (lep) with damage on Miconia calvescens. Produces leaf rolls. Moderate numbers. Many empty rolls. saa.
Lep larva (Sphingidae) and damage on Miconia calvescens. Only specimen seen. saa.
Lep larva present in medium-small numbers on Miconia calvescens. saa.
Lep larva feeding on Miconia calvescens. One specimen. saa.
Tiny lep larva and damage on Miconia calvescens leaf. Rare. saa.
(top) Miconia calvescens leaves webbed together by lep larva. (bottom) Leaf separated and back-lighted. Seen occasionally. saa.
Serpentine leafmine on Miconia calvescens caused by unknown agent. Common but little damage. saa.
Lepidoptera larva and damage on Miconia calvescens. Common. Feeds on leaf edge. 80 km NE of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 150 m elevation. March, 1994.
Lepidoptera larva that webs Miconia calvescens leaves together. Moderately low numbers. 80 km NE of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 150 m elevation. March, 1994.
Lepidoptera larva and feeding damage with much webbing on young leaves of Miconia calvescens. 80 km NE of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 150 m elevation. March, 1994.
Lep larva feeding on Miconia calvescens. Hatched from eggs sent to Hawaii. Aug. 10, 1993. 5 km N of San.
Lep larva feeding on Miconia calvescens. Aug. 28, 1993. 20 dm SE of Turrialba, Costa Rica 2200 ft. el. WN.
Lep larva that fed on Miconia calvescens. saa. RB.
Lep larva and damage on Miconia calvescens. Length 30 mm. Rare. Mid-July, 1993. 20 dm SE of Turrialba, Costa Rica 2200 ft. el.
Lep larva and feeding damage on Miconia calvescens. Rare. saa.

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