Rose Stem and Leaf Cambium Miners

There are many caterpillars that feed on roses. A caterpillar is the name given to the the immature stage or the larvae of moths and butterflies. Other common names for caterpillars are budworms, grubs, worms, leafrollers, inchworms, bagworms, etc.


Cambium leaf miner is a common pest of roses in coastal areas of California. It is sedom seen in interior parts of California.


Cambium stem miner is is commonly seen on stems of berrybushes and also on stems of roses.



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