Pear Slug

When is a slug not a slug? In this case when it's a shiny black sawfly. This insect, related to bees, ants, and wasps, favors pear and cherry, but attacks plum, hawthorn, quince, buttonbrush, and mou ...
Fabricante: Antonelli, Art
Sku: FS011E
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Apple-And-Thorn Skeletonizer

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