Larval stages of leaf-mining insects are feeding on leaf tissue of plants, building little tunnels under the leaf surface.
Most of the time, this pest is identified by the leaf miner damage. Frequently, it appears as yellow, squiggly lines in the leaves. This is where the leaf miner larva have literally bored their way through the leaf. Leaf miner damage can also appear as spots or blotches.
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