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They skeletonize the leaf leaving only a few major veins.
They skeletonize the young leaves of their host plant.
Young larvae skeletonize the leaves and the larger ones eat the entire leaf.
Young larvae feed close together and skeletonize the undersides of leaves.
Talented "chop shop" crews can skeletonize a stolen one in 10 minutes or less.
Factors such as temperature, humidity, and the season of death all determine how fast a fresh body will skeletonize or mummify.
Young larvae skeletonize the leaves of their host plant, feeding under silken tents.
They skeletonize the leaves of their host plant, almost always on the top leaves (those at or near the apex).
They skeletonize the leaves of cherry, pear, plum or hawthorn trees.
Both adults and larvae feed on foliage and may skeletonize the crop.
They skeletonize whole leaves gregariously, leaving lacy leaf remnants.
They skeletonize the undersides of the leaf.
Early instar caterpillars stay in groups as they skeletonize leaves while the third-instar hibernates.
They skeletonize the leaves.
They can skeletonize young leaves and also do damage to buds, flowers, ovaries and unripe fruits.
Introduced to North America in 1947, it can "skeletonize" Viburnum bushes, eventually killing them.
They skeletonize the underside of a leaf of their host plant from within a black, frass-covered silken tube.
Young larvae skeletonize the surface of the leaf, while older larvae eat everything except the larger veins (Rose and Lindquist, 1982).
First instars skeletonize the leaf (avoiding small veins and eating mostly one surface), but later instars eat the whole leaf, usually from the underside.
And here some old words of Bascal's floated up in Conrad's mind: "The true measure of any life-form is how quickly it can skeletonize a cow."
Without the normal processes of decomposition to skeletonize the body, soft tissues, hairs, and organic grave goods are still often found (e.g., textiles, feathers, leather, fingernails).
Young larvae skeletonise the leaves of their host plant.
They skeletonise the leaves, bending the leaf upwards and the edges together.
The first two instars skeletonise the lower surface of a leaf of their host plant.
They roll and skeletonise the leaves of their host plant and bore into the terminal buds.
They feed on the mesophyll of the leaves but the final instar larvae completely skeletonise the leaves.
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