Common Insects Found in Central Oregon

Leaf Chewers

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Fall Webworm

Information on and management of the fall webworm

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Leafcutter bee

Images and information about this pollinator.

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Leafroller

Information on and management of the leafroller and leaftier.

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Pear Sawfly

Information on and management of the pear sawfly.

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Root Weevils

Information on and management of root weevils.

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Tomato Hornworm

Information on and management of the tomato hornworm.

Leafminers

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Aspen Leaf Blotch Miner

Management - How to control this insect

Leaf miner control (the use of insecticides) is usually not necessary on aspen or poplars. The damage is aesthetic damage and generally does not cause branch dieback or tree failure. Healthy plants can recover from heavy defoliation. Research shows that plants under environmental stress are more susceptible to leaf miner so keep plants in good health.

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Spinach Leafminer

Information on and management of the spinach leafminer.

Flower, Fruit and Seed Feeders

Sap Suckers

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Aphids

An online resource regarding pest management with Aphids. This resource describes the damage aphids can do to plants and how to prevent this from happening.

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Pine Needle Scale

Information on and management of pine needle scale.

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Spider Mites

Information on and management of spider mites.

Trunk and Branch Borers

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Mountain Pine Beetle

Information on and management of the mountain pine beetle.

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Sequoia Pitch Moth

Information on and management of the sequoia pitch moth.

Gall Makers

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Poplar Twiggall Fly

Information on and management of the poplar twiggall fly.

Root, Tuber and Bulb Feeders

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Onion Maggot

Information on and management of the onion maggot.

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Root Weevils

Information on and management of root weevils.

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