Strawberry Weevil

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“The strawberry weevil in certain seasons has prevented the development of more than a half crop of berries in New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, the Carolinas, and Virginia. The eggs are deposited in the flower buds, upon which the grublike larva feed and attain full size in about a month.” —Davison, 1906


Alvin Davison, Practical Zoology (New York: American Book Company, 1906) 109


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