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Peer-Review Article



While surveying for insect pests of sweet fern, Myrica aspleniifolia L., two unidentified eggs were detected on foliage samples collected in June 1972 near Barton City, Alcona County, Michigan. the eggs were transferred to petri dishes with sweet fern foliage for rearing. Subsequently, one of the larvae that emerged was reared to adulthood and identified as Nemoria rubrifrontaria Packard. This note describes the life cycle of this insect.

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