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Larva on rose bush - Arge ochropus

Larva on rose bush - Arge ochropus
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
July 9, 2006
Can anyone ID this larva which is eating my rosebush?

Nolie

Moved
Moved from Arge.

Arge ochropa (Gmelin)
OK for larva of this introduced rose sawfly.

 
Arge ochropa (Gmelin)
Thanks, Dave.

Nolie

It's a sawfly
- and googling "rose sawfly" turns up some similar larvae in the genus Arge. Possibly A. ochropa, which has been recorded in S. Ontario, according to this website.

 
It's a sawfly
Thanks, Hannah.

Nolie

 
Moved to genus level
until we get a second opinion on ID.

 
Moved to genus level
Thanks, Hannah.

Nolie

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