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Southeastern Apple Production

ENTOMOLOGY

Ladybeetle adult on apple leaf

Insects and Mites Occurring on Apples in the Southeast

Listed by Type
Direct Pests
Indirect Pests
Beneficials
Apple maggot
Dogwood borer
Black lady beetle (S. punctum)
Brown marmorated stink bug
European red mite
Insidious plant bug
Codling moth
Green apple aphid / Spirea aphid
Lacewing
Comstock mealy bug
Green June beetle
Lady beetle
Green fruit worm
Japanese beetle
Midge
Lesser appleworm
Potato leafhopper
Predatory mites
Obliquebanded leafroller
Rosy apple aphid
Syrphid fly
Oriental fruit moth
Spotted tentiform leafminer
Thrips
Plum curculio
Two-spotted spider mite
Redbanded leafroller
White apple leafhopper
San Jose scale
Woolly apple aphid
Tarnished plant bug
Tufted apple bud moth
Variegated leafroller
Listed by Damage
Fruit - Surface Feeding
Fruit - Tunneling
Leaves - Surface Feeding
or Tunneling
Bark and Trunk Feeding
Comstock mealy bug
Apple maggot
European red mite
Comstock mealy bug
Brown marmorated stink bug
Codling moth
Green apple aphid / Spirea aphid
Dogwood borer
Obliquebanded leafroller
Green fruit worm
Green June beetle
Plum curculio
Lesser appleworm
Japanese beetle
Redbanded leafroller
Oriental fruit moth
Potato leafhopper
San Jose scale
Rosy apple aphid
Tarnished plant bug
Two-spotted spider mite
Tufted apple bud moth
Spotted tentiform leafminer (tunneling)
Variegated leafroller
White apple leafhopper
Woolly apple aphid
 

Southeastern Apple Production
Mountain Horticultural Crops Research & Extension Center
455 Research Drive
Mills River, NC 28759
Phone: 828.684.3562 ~ Fax: 828.684.8715
Email: jim_walgenbach@ncsu.edu

 


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Updated March 14, 2013