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Egg mass of pandemis leafroller (J. Brunner) [LFRf2]

Egg mass of fruittree leafroller (old on left, new on right) (J. Brunner) [LFRf3]

Fruittree leafroller eggs on cherry fruits (coll. E. Beers) [LFRf21]

Larva of pandemis leafroller (J. Brunner) [LFRf4]

Larva of obliquebanded leafroller (J. Brunner) [LFRf5]

Larva of fruittree leafroller (J. Brunner) [LFRf6]

Fruittree leafroller larva on pear (coll. E. Beers) [LFRf22]

Leafroller pupa (most species appear similar) (J. Brunner) [LFRf7]

Pandemis leafroller adult (J. Brunner) [LFRf8]

Obliquebanded leafroller adult (J. Brunner) [LFRf9]

Fruittree leafroller adult (J. Brunner) [LFRf10]

European leafroller on cherries (H. Riedl) [LFRf1]

Early season cluster damage by pandemis leafroller (J. Brunner) [LFRf11]

Mid-season fruit damage by obliquebanded leafroller (H. Riedl) [LFRf14]

Pandemis leafroller damage to fruit (summer generation) (E. Beers) [LFRf31]

Mid-season fruit damage by pandemis leafroller (S. Hoyt) [LFRf13]

Early season fruit damage by pandemis leafroller (J. Brunner) [LFRf12]

Preharvest pandemis injury to fruit (pinholing) after storage (E. Beers) [LFRf15]

Leafroller damage to apple (E. Beers) [LFRf23]

Leafroller damage to apple (E. Beers) [LFRf24]

Pandemis leafroller damage to apple (appearance at harvest from early damage) (E. Beers) [LFRf28]

Pandemis leafroller damage to apricots (T. Anthon) [LFRf29]

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