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Peer-Review Article


Hawthorn lace bug, Coryrhucha cydoniae (Fitch), is reported for the first time as damag- ing roses. Injury to climbing and hybrid Tea roses is described, and a list of known host plants is provided based on observations in Pennsylvania and review of literature. Preferred hosts are native and cultivated species of Amelanchier and Craraegus and ornamental Cotoneasrer and Pyracanrha. Damage to crabapple. fruit trees, mountain ash. and other rosaceous plants may occur when they are grown near more favored hosts.

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