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The diamondback moth is a small, greyish-brown, night-flying moth with a one inch wingspan. When at rest, the moth holds its wings together, roof-like, over its back.


Diamondback moth larvae feed on cole crop leaves between the large veins and midribs. They prefer to feed on the lower leaf surface, leaving the upper epidermis intact. Severe feeding damage will stunt cabbage and cauliflower heads. Larval damage to the developing buds on young cabbages can cause heads to abort.


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