Bean Leaf Beetle
- Adults feed on the undersides of leaf surfaces, resulting in small (1/10 inch), round holes
- Can completely defoliate a plant
- Adults also feed on pods, creating small pits
- Adults are about ¼ inch long, oval-shaped and vary in color from yellowish-green to a brick red, with a black triangle directly behind their head
- Adults first appear in May and are present throughout the growing season
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