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- Young larvae feed in groups and skeletonize leaves by eating the leaf tissue and leaving the veins.
- As larvae mature, they become solitary feeders and eventually eat the entire leaf.
- Larvae are active from late July through early September.
- They have black heads with striped body covered with fine white hairs and a bright yellow spot behind the head.
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