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Blueberry tip borers are mostly brown, but each front wing has orange marks near the tip and a silver spot along the hind margin. They have wingspans of .37 inches (9.5 mm) to .57 inches (14.5 mm) and they lay eggs on lower surface of leaves and bore into the canes 2 inches (5 cm) to 6 inches (15 cm) from the tip.Facts:
Check for a small pinhole where the larva entered the stem.
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