Miconia calvescens Predators - Page 4

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Lep larva and typical skeletonizing damage on Miconia calvescens leaf. Sept., 1993. 5km N of San Vito, Costa Rica 2900 ft. el.
Lep larva producing "windowing" feeding damage and abundant webbing. Several found. Late August, 1993. Arenal, Costa Rica 2000 ft. el.
This species of lep larva makes windowing at the edge of Miconia calvescens leaves. saa.
This lep larva normally feeds on Miconia calvescens from inside the leaf roll. Common. saa.
Lep larva and feeding damage on Miconia calvescens leaf. Rare. Sept., 1993. 20 km S of Turrialba, Costa Rica 2100 ft. el.
Lep larva that feeds on young leaves of Miconia calvescens. Common in one area. Mid-August, 1993. 5 km N of San Vito, Cost Rica 2700 ft. el.
Lep larva produces "windows" feeding damage on Miconia calvescens. Uncommon. saa.
Lep larva that fed on Miconia calvescens. Rare. saa.
Lep larva and damaged Miconia calvescens leaf. Small numbers. Late Aug., 1993. Northern Costa Rica 2200 ft. el.
Lep larva that fed on Miconia calvescens. Small numbers. saa.
Lep larva that feeds on Miconia calvescens. Few found. July, 1993. 20 km SE of Turrialba, Costa Rica 2100 ft. el.
Lep larva with typical damage to Miconia calvescens. Very common in one area. Mid-Sept., 1993. saa.
Lep larva that feeds on Miconia calvescens. Rare. saa. WN.
Lep larva that fed on Miconia calvescens. Rare. WN.
Lep larva that fed on Miconia calvescens. Uncommon. Mid-Aug. 5 km N of San Vito, Costa Rica 2700 ft. el. WN.

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