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Codling moth adult (J. Brunner) [CM_f26]

Adult codling moth resting on apple leaf (E. Beers, July 2007) [CM_f13]

Adult codling moth [CM_f2]

Codling moth egg (newly laid) (J. Brunner) [CM_f27]

Codling moth egg near hatch (note red ring) (J. Brunner) [CM_f32]

Codling moth egg on pear, red ring stage (E. Beers, August 2010) [CM_f34]

Codling moth egg on pear, black head stage (E. Beers, August 2010) [CM_f35]

Hatched codling moth egg on pear fruit (E. Beers, July 2007) [CM_f24]

Mature codling moth larva [CM_f1]

Codling moth larva in apple flesh (J. Brunner) [CM_f29]

Codling moth larva exiting fruit to pupate (E. Beers, July 2007) [CM_f11]

Dead codling moth neonate on pear fruit (E. Beers, July 2007) [CM_f25]

Codling moth overwintering larva (J. Brunner) [CM_f31]

Codling moth hibernaculum with overwintering larva (J. Brunner) [CM_f33]

A codling moth larva overwinters inside a cocoon (E. Beers) [CM_f3]

Multiple codling moth entries in apple (J. Brunner) [CM_f30]

Recent codling moth entry (2nd generation) (E. Beers, July 2007) [CM_f12]

Apple infested with codling moth (note red ring) (E. Beers) [CM_f9]

Codling moth entry (note frass and red ring) (J. Brunner) [CM_f6]

Codling moth deep entry (note copious frass) (J. Brunner) [CM_f5]

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