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Photo#595812
 Viburnum trilobum? Larvae

Viburnum trilobum? Larvae
Pelham bay north, Bronx County, New York, USA
May 10, 2011
Size: about 8mm
Found these small larvae common on elm where they were
skeletonizing the leaves.

Elm leaf beetle?
Could this be Xanthogaleruca luteola also known as Pyrrhalta luteola, the elm leaf beetle?
We have images of adults but not larvae.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

We're confused by the reference
to both Viburnum and Elm. Did you mean Viburnum in both places or did you mean it was eating both viburnum and elm?

 
It was feeding on elm.
It was feeding on elm.

must be Pyrrhalta viburni

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