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S is for Sawfly – Word Up!

Sawfly
\ˈsɔːflʌɪ\
Leaves that become skeletonised with just their veins remaining tend to be the work of sawflies, which eat through the tissue of the leaf until it has almost completely disappeared. The larvae can often be seen around the edges of the leaves and most curl up into an S-shape when disturbed.
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