Elm Leaf Beetles – 5.521

Print this fact sheet by W.S. Cranshaw* (1/18) Quick Facts… Adult elm leaf beetles chew holes in elm leaves. The larvae feed on the leaf surface, producing skeletonizing injuries that make leaves look lacy. Adult elm leaf beetles often spend winter in and around buildings and may be common nuisance invaders found within homes during … Continue reading Elm Leaf Beetles – 5.521