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Seasonal development of oriental fruit moth. (Timing of moth flights will vary from one season to the next and from one growing area to another. Symbols represent the time during which a moth flight usually will occur. In any given location, the actual length of a moth flight will be shorter.)

Illustration from Integrated Pest Management for Stone Fruits. UC ANR Publication 3389.

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