Look on new growth for the vector of the CG pathogen, the Asiatic citrus psyllid. A clue to citrus psyllid activity is the white waxy filaments exuding from the yellow psyllid nymphs. The large round yellow egg belongs to the giant swallowtail butterfly. Doug Caldwell Daily News Correspondent

Look on new growth for the vector of the CG pathogen, the Asiatic citrus psyllid. A clue to citrus psyllid activity is the white waxy filaments exuding from the yellow psyllid nymphs. The large round yellow egg belongs to the giant swallowtail butterfly. Doug Caldwell Daily News Correspondent

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