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Title

Pear Sawfly

Document Type

Factsheet

Publisher

Utah State University Extension

Publication Date

9-1-2011

Abstract

The pear sawfly, which is actually a wasp, is a common pest on pear, cherry, and hawthorn in Utah. The slug-like appearance of the larval stage has prompted this insect to also be referred to as the pear or cherry slug in various parts of the country.

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