q��b?o��j��R����! Once you've had some practice working through the webpages, you may want to try the express key. <>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> �>I� ����_�|L�o�$�w��o��� hH!,@8�J=ٛzQ+����SmA�1tPF�1d�m\�߳1���`�[��C�$�\#2H�w��)(��rK����ۆ�*I�@�)#�;UL��R�h�P�6��L0h�e�/&�y�d�﯋���?fFu��`x눇v�%�&��LRQh8~�`��a����U �]�$�� images by Paul Weston & Craig Cramer. %���� I want to know the scientific name. 2 0 obj Chose the description that best fits your viburnum. After several weeks, adult beetles … and Cornell University. �hb�0;{E�8fo|��N���2�R��q�&Y����)�T���=������zO�c��&���(Y@(u_ Leaf drawings by Marcia Eames-Sheavly. With your leaves in hand, you'll work through a series of webpages to determine if you have a viburnum and/or which species you have. University are not responsible for information on these websites. Viburnum leaf beetle adults are about a quarter inch long. stream It offers the whole process on a single page without photographs or other details. 1 0 obj ��;�=�r:�c��O����,���v���+B�lp!��� W���o9==��/,����H��4aG*�!�DG<6����~9=�ǾX�f�ړF*.�������r�����ʄ=���֞zrI��wnl��Y�v�~�>&��x?|x�W�(���7�Bg��[����V��]�gKxT�b:�uқ $��("��_�]{��wIvϼi��r�� b���C��1�}?5�_$��O�g,�����P�A� ?���i�A��A���a��!�t�x?��\�7(?�\ �W7K(�P7��#e��|B��$��7��~ There is also a printer-friendly .pdf version that you can print and take to the field with you. After larvae finish their development, they crawl down the plant and into the soil to pupate. I'm not sure if my plant is a viburnum. )�_��@ٸ�Њ��B��m�X�Dt������D�+�d{bIo�Z�?LX�g���}�k��5N&�Q�PM�_��w����V@���|�bW�g���-�d�xP��V�O��. We also provide tips along the way. Logo It's possible that the your viburnum is not included in this guide. A few possible sightings of this pest were reported in 2013 an 2014. (The pupa is a resting stage between the larva and the adult.) The Cornell University Viburnum leaf beetle website is a very useful resource and provides a timeline of the life stages of this beetle pest, which can help with identification and management. Which 4 0 obj viburnum? It is a voracious eater that can defoliate viburnum shrubs entirely. See the ID Tutorial. It is helpful to know fruit and flower color and other characteristics that may not be present throughout the growing season. opportunities. purposes; no discrimination is intended and no endorsement by Cornell ID There are more than 150 species worldwide. document.write ( "Last updated "+ document.lastModified ) ; Go to Common Names. 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During those first few years in which the beetle population peaked most of the susceptible native species like arrowwood, that were growing in wooded areas, were killed. When they first emerge from eggs, larvae are about 1 mm long, greenish-yellow to off-white, and lack spots. q��b?o��j��R����! Once you've had some practice working through the webpages, you may want to try the express key. <>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 612 792] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> �>I� ����_�|L�o�$�w��o��� hH!,@8�J=ٛzQ+����SmA�1tPF�1d�m\�߳1���`�[��C�$�\#2H�w��)(��rK����ۆ�*I�@�)#�;UL��R�h�P�6��L0h�e�/&�y�d�﯋���?fFu��`x눇v�%�&��LRQh8~�`��a����U �]�$�� images by Paul Weston & Craig Cramer. %���� I want to know the scientific name. 2 0 obj Chose the description that best fits your viburnum. After several weeks, adult beetles … and Cornell University. �hb�0;{E�8fo|��N���2�R��q�&Y����)�T���=������zO�c��&���(Y@(u_ Leaf drawings by Marcia Eames-Sheavly. With your leaves in hand, you'll work through a series of webpages to determine if you have a viburnum and/or which species you have. University are not responsible for information on these websites. Viburnum leaf beetle adults are about a quarter inch long. stream It offers the whole process on a single page without photographs or other details. 1 0 obj ��;�=�r:�c��O����,���v���+B�lp!��� W���o9==��/,����H��4aG*�!�DG<6����~9=�ǾX�f�ړF*.�������r�����ʄ=���֞zrI��wnl��Y�v�~�>&��x?|x�W�(���7�Bg��[����V��]�gKxT�b:�uқ $��("��_�]{��wIvϼi��r�� b���C��1�}?5�_$��O�g,�����P�A� ?���i�A��A���a��!�t�x?��\�7(?�\ �W7K(�P7��#e��|B��$��7��~ There is also a printer-friendly .pdf version that you can print and take to the field with you. After larvae finish their development, they crawl down the plant and into the soil to pupate. I'm not sure if my plant is a viburnum. )�_��@ٸ�Њ��B��m�X�Dt������D�+�d{bIo�Z�?LX�g���}�k��5N&�Q�PM�_��w����V@���|�bW�g���-�d�xP��V�O��. We also provide tips along the way. 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Express key The viburnum leaf beetle is eating itself out of house and home in central, western and northern New York state and elsewhere, says Cornell entomologist E. Richard Hoebeke. Late April to mid-June. How to use this guide: A crucial mission of the Cornell Entomology Department is to provide accurate, current, and effective educational programs and resources in entomology and related disciplines to our commercial/professional, consumer, and public clientele. Without the use of pesticides to protect susceptible varieties, the bushes are doomed, says a Cornell University entomologist. ir�yC���Y��D������W�C��V�'��q\苗h�O��(��>q��b?o��j��R����! 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During those first few years in which the beetle population peaked most of the susceptible native species like arrowwood, that were growing in wooded areas, were killed. When they first emerge from eggs, larvae are about 1 mm long, greenish-yellow to off-white, and lack spots.

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