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Japanese Beetle
Popillia japonica

  • Beetles feed on berries
  • Beetles skeletonize leaves, i.e. they feed between the major veins
  • Most active July and August
  • Adult beetles are large (1/2" long), with a metallic green head and 5 white tufts on the undersides of the abdomen
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