Female amorbia moths lay their light green eggs in a flat, overlapping egg mass of 5 to 50 eggs along
the midrib on the upper surface of the leaves. Larvae feed on new growth flushes, often rolling the leaves
or tying the leaves to fruit and feeding on the peel. Amorbia produces two to three generations a year
in Southern California and in the San Joaquin Valley. Adult flights typically occur in the early spring,
midsummer, and autumn.
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