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Leaf beetles (willow and poplar)

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The tissue of leaves are striped away exposing the leaf veins in spring and summer. Plants look unsightly.

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There are various beetles that attack the leaves of willows and poplars. They are small, 'metallic' blue, brown or brassy up to 5 mm long.

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