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The oak-leaf skeletonizer, Bucculatrix ainsliella Murt., periodically reaches outbreak proportion, causing significant foliage injury to oaks in both forest and landscape settings. This insect is a native pest found in New England and the Lake States, and south to the Carolinas and Mississippi.View More
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