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Landscape Lace bug Pests

At least 17 species of lace bugs (Hemiptera: Tingidae) are pests of trees and shrubs in the eastern United States. Most lace bug species have a limited host range and may attack only a handful of plant species. Plants that are commonly attacked include azalea, hawthorn, lantana, oak, pyracantha and sycamore.


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