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Newly hatched larva is greenish yellow and very small about 1-2 mm. Mature larva is 10 - 11 mm long and sub-cylindrical (Fig. 3).
The pupa of the viburnum leaf beetle is approximately 3.5 to 4.5 mm in length (Fig. 4).
The viburnum leaf beetle is approximately 4.5 to 6.5 mm in length (Fig. 5).
It is strongly suggested to continue the monitoring of this insect on Viburnum spp. in Bosnia and Herzegovina and to estimate its potential of becoming an pest that could endanger ornamental and other values of its hosts. The hosts plants of this beelte play an important role for horticulture in parks and element of diversity and stability of forest ecosystems. As the species does not have its local (Bosnian) name, we suggest it to be “hudikina zlatica”, as “hudika” is a common name for Viburnum spp. in Bosnia and Herzegovina and “zlatica” is commonly used name for members of Chrysomelidae family.
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