Flea Beetle

Epitrix sp.

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Leaves are covered with small holes that are necrotic areas left after feeding of the flea beetle adults. Adults are very small (1/16 inch or so) black or dark brown insects. Severe infestations stunt plants and reduce yields.

Consult the Vegetable IPM Web Site for recommended controls of this pest.

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