December 31, 2013 by fruitforum
Does anyone know what this little blighter is? I followed a trail of damage around my apple tree – a pyramid Rev W Wilks – last autumn. It was a busy little thing.
Posted in Fruit Questions | 3 Comments
My first view answer would be a new puzzle, why would Pristiphora rufipes (normally found on Gooseberry) eat your apples?
Looks like a mature leafroller larva. I use BTK to kill these pests. An organic solution.
Definately a sawfly larvae normally foliage eater only
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