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Spotted cucumber beetle
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Spotted cucumber beetle
Diabrotica undecimpunctata howardi
Size: 1/5 inch long

Where/When: Feeds primarily on cucumbers, squash melons, and pumpkins. Active from late June through August.

Significance: Large populations are rarely present. Is a vector of bacterial wilt.
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