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Acacia-spotting bug

Family Miridae. The bugs are a minor pest of garden-grown phyllodinous acacias; their feeding causes irregular elongate necrotic scars in the leaf tissue.

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Rayieria acaciae (Acacia-spotting bug) at The Pinnacle - 10 Mar 2019 Rayieria acaciae (Acacia-spotting bug) at ANBG - 16 Feb 2019 Rayieria acaciae (Acacia-spotting bug) at Hackett, ACT - 24 Dec 2017
Rayieria acaciae (Acacia-spotting bug) at The Pinnacle - 10 Mar 2019
Rayieria acaciae (Acacia-spotting bug) at ANBG - 16 Feb 2019
Rayieria acaciae (Acacia-spotting bug) at Hackett, ACT - 24 Dec 2017

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