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Photomicrograph of a mite (Aculops lycopersici); They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week. Parasite widely tomatoes and other plants of the garden.Photomicrograph of a mite (Aculops lycopersici); They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week. Parasite widely tomatoes and other plants of the garden.Photomicrograph of a mite (Aculops lycopersici); They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week. Parasite widely tomatoes and other plants of the garden.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Photomicrograph of a mite (Aculops lycopersici); They are very

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Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa

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Foumis (Crematogaster scutellaris) à la recherche d'une mouche de l'olive à l'entrée de sa galerie.Foumis (Crematogaster scutellaris) à la recherche d'une mouche de l'olive à l'entrée de sa galerie.Foumis (Crematogaster scutellaris) à la recherche d'une mouche de l'olive à l'entrée de sa galerie.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Foumis (Crematogaster scutellaris) à la recherche d'une mouche

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Weed control of a grapevine with glyphosate spray, Banyuls sur mer, FranceWeed control of a grapevine with glyphosate spray, Banyuls sur mer, FranceWeed control of a grapevine with glyphosate spray, Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Weed control of a grapevine with glyphosate spray, Banyuls sur

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Parasitoid (Eurytoma martellii) male, emerged from an olive in July, Banyuls sur mer, FranceParasitoid (Eurytoma martellii) male, emerged from an olive in July, Banyuls sur mer, FranceParasitoid (Eurytoma martellii) male, emerged from an olive in July, Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitoid (Eurytoma martellii) male, emerged from an olive in

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Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, occupied by a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, occupied by a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, occupied by a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery,

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Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerges from a fly gallery of the olive of which it has eaten the larva!Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerges from a fly gallery of the olive of which it has eaten the larva!Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerges from a fly gallery of the olive of which it has eaten the larva!© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid

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Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly gallery. The parasitoid nibbles the film of the olive to go out.Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly gallery. The parasitoid nibbles the film of the olive to go out.Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly gallery. The parasitoid nibbles the film of the olive to go out.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly

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Juvenile of olive psylla (Euphyllura olivina), on olive leaf, just after its moult which has remained to the right.Juvenile of olive psylla (Euphyllura olivina), on olive leaf, just after its moult which has remained to the right.Juvenile of olive psylla (Euphyllura olivina), on olive leaf, just after its moult which has remained to the right.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Juvenile of olive psylla (Euphyllura olivina), on olive leaf,

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Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) has just emerged from the olive fly gallery in place of a fly (Bactrocera oleae)Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) has just emerged from the olive fly gallery in place of a fly (Bactrocera oleae)Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) has just emerged from the olive fly gallery in place of a fly (Bactrocera oleae)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus

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Demonstration of biological control: Parrot parasitoid (Pnigalio mediterranea) near a destroyed olive fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa, in an olive gallery. A few days later, another Pnigalio will come out of the gallery.Demonstration of biological control: Parrot parasitoid (Pnigalio mediterranea) near a destroyed olive fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa, in an olive gallery. A few days later, another Pnigalio will come out of the gallery.Demonstration of biological control: Parrot parasitoid (Pnigalio mediterranea) near a destroyed olive fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa, in an olive gallery. A few days later, another Pnigalio will come out of the gallery.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Demonstration of biological control: Parrot parasitoid (Pnigalio

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Mediterranean fruit Fly (Ceratis capitata) emerged from an orange.Mediterranean fruit Fly (Ceratis capitata) emerged from an orange.Mediterranean fruit Fly (Ceratis capitata) emerged from an orange.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Mediterranean fruit Fly (Ceratis capitata) emerged from an orange.

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Black scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twig, watched by the ants that come to collect the nectar emitted by these mealybugs.Black scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twig, watched by the ants that come to collect the nectar emitted by these mealybugs.Black scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twig, watched by the ants that come to collect the nectar emitted by these mealybugs.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Black scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twig, watched by the

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Nice demonstration of the toxicity of olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on this twig, whose peduncle and both olives are being desiccated, Mas Can Font, Banyuls, FranceNice demonstration of the toxicity of olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on this twig, whose peduncle and both olives are being desiccated, Mas Can Font, Banyuls, FranceNice demonstration of the toxicity of olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on this twig, whose peduncle and both olives are being desiccated, Mas Can Font, Banyuls, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Nice demonstration of the toxicity of olive mites (Brevipalpus

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Olive mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on the peduncle of an olive, Barbentane, Gard, FranceOlive mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on the peduncle of an olive, Barbentane, Gard, FranceOlive mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on the peduncle of an olive, Barbentane, Gard, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on the peduncle of an olive,

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Twig parasitized by five olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae), Note that the peduncle of the olive is absent on both sides (arrow), olive grove of St Rémy de Provence, FranceTwig parasitized by five olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae), Note that the peduncle of the olive is absent on both sides (arrow), olive grove of St Rémy de Provence, FranceTwig parasitized by five olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae), Note that the peduncle of the olive is absent on both sides (arrow), olive grove of St Rémy de Provence, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Twig parasitized by five olive mites (Brevipalpus oleae), Note

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Long-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on Picholine olive twig from Barbentane, Gard, FranceLong-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on Picholine olive twig from Barbentane, Gard, FranceLong-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on Picholine olive twig from Barbentane, Gard, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Long-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on Picholine

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Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its

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Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Female with her ovipositor released.Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Female with her ovipositor released.Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Female with her ovipositor released.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its

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Portrait of an Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, FrancePortrait of an Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, FrancePortrait of an Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait of an Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig,

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Three Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, FranceThree Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, FranceThree Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie Mas Font, Banyuls, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Three Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) on an olive twig, Oliveraie

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Black scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twig, watched by the ants that come to collect the nectar emitted by these mealybugs.Black scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twig, watched by the ants that come to collect the nectar emitted by these mealybugs.Black scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twig, watched by the ants that come to collect the nectar emitted by these mealybugs.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Black scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twig, watched by the

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Chrysalis empty of ringworm (Cydia pomonella) from which the butterfly emerged. Its caterpillar fed on the apple for about 25 days.Chrysalis empty of ringworm (Cydia pomonella) from which the butterfly emerged. Its caterpillar fed on the apple for about 25 days.Chrysalis empty of ringworm (Cydia pomonella) from which the butterfly emerged. Its caterpillar fed on the apple for about 25 days.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Chrysalis empty of ringworm (Cydia pomonella) from which the

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Portrait of ringworm (Cydia pomonella) laying eggs on flowers of apples, pears and other fruits of the garden.Portrait of ringworm (Cydia pomonella) laying eggs on flowers of apples, pears and other fruits of the garden.Portrait of ringworm (Cydia pomonella) laying eggs on flowers of apples, pears and other fruits of the garden.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait of ringworm (Cydia pomonella) laying eggs on flowers of

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Yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf, garden, Banyuls sur mer, FranceYellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf, garden, Banyuls sur mer, FranceYellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf, garden, Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf,

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Black scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twigBlack scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twigBlack scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twig© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Black scale (Saissetia oleae) on an olive twig

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Sept Acariens de l'Olivier (Brevipalpus oleae) sur cette tige d'olivier ! Oliveraie Berta-Maillol , Banyuls sur mer, FranceSept Acariens de l'Olivier (Brevipalpus oleae) sur cette tige d'olivier ! Oliveraie Berta-Maillol , Banyuls sur mer, FranceSept Acariens de l'Olivier (Brevipalpus oleae) sur cette tige d'olivier ! Oliveraie Berta-Maillol , Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Sept Acariens de l'Olivier (Brevipalpus oleae) sur cette tige

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After turning over the adult Black scale of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae) fixed under a leaf, the quantity of eggs allows to imagine the damage that can make all the larvae. Oliveraie, Collioure, FranceAfter turning over the adult Black scale of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae) fixed under a leaf, the quantity of eggs allows to imagine the damage that can make all the larvae. Oliveraie, Collioure, FranceAfter turning over the adult Black scale of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae) fixed under a leaf, the quantity of eggs allows to imagine the damage that can make all the larvae. Oliveraie, Collioure, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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After turning over the adult Black scale of the olive tree

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Nest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) at the junction of two olive stalks of St André, FranceNest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) at the junction of two olive stalks of St André, FranceNest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) at the junction of two olive stalks of St André, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Nest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) at the junction of

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Nest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under the fold of an olive leaf, Oliveraie de St André, FranceNest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under the fold of an olive leaf, Oliveraie de St André, FranceNest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under the fold of an olive leaf, Oliveraie de St André, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Nest of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under the fold of an

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Portrait of Olive moth (Prays oleae), just out of its chrysalis, length 7 mmPortrait of Olive moth (Prays oleae), just out of its chrysalis, length 7 mmPortrait of Olive moth (Prays oleae), just out of its chrysalis, length 7 mm© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait of Olive moth (Prays oleae), just out of its chrysalis,

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Olive flowers (Olea europaea) without stigmaOlive flowers (Olea europaea) without stigmaOlive flowers (Olea europaea) without stigma© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive flowers (Olea europaea) without stigma

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Long-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on an olive leaf. The protective envelope was opened to see the eggs. Banyuls sur mer, FranceLong-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on an olive leaf. The protective envelope was opened to see the eggs. Banyuls sur mer, FranceLong-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on an olive leaf. The protective envelope was opened to see the eggs. Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Long-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on an olive leaf.

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Long-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on an olive leaf. White cotton secreted by the female hides the eggs.Long-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on an olive leaf. White cotton secreted by the female hides the eggs.Long-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on an olive leaf. White cotton secreted by the female hides the eggs.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Long-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus) on an olive leaf.

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Close-up of the yellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf; yellow dots are grains of pollen. Cape Abeille site, Banyuls sur mer, FranceClose-up of the yellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf; yellow dots are grains of pollen. Cape Abeille site, Banyuls sur mer, FranceClose-up of the yellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under an olive leaf; yellow dots are grains of pollen. Cape Abeille site, Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Close-up of the yellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa) moving under

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Sulphur Esperia Moth (Esperia sulphurella). The imago flies from May to July in the clear woods. The gray caterpillar feeds on dead woodSulphur Esperia Moth (Esperia sulphurella). The imago flies from May to July in the clear woods. The gray caterpillar feeds on dead woodSulphur Esperia Moth (Esperia sulphurella). The imago flies from May to July in the clear woods. The gray caterpillar feeds on dead wood© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Sulphur Esperia Moth (Esperia sulphurella). The imago flies from

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Yellow mite (Brachytydeux formosa) moving under a lemon tree leaf, on the left a juvenile olive mite (Brevipalpus oleae). Espolla, Spain.Yellow mite (Brachytydeux formosa) moving under a lemon tree leaf, on the left a juvenile olive mite (Brevipalpus oleae). Espolla, Spain.Yellow mite (Brachytydeux formosa) moving under a lemon tree leaf, on the left a juvenile olive mite (Brevipalpus oleae). Espolla, Spain.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Yellow mite (Brachytydeux formosa) moving under a lemon tree

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Reverse twisted leaves of lemon tree, and folds under which colonies of mites develops. Municipality of Espolla, Spain.Reverse twisted leaves of lemon tree, and folds under which colonies of mites develops. Municipality of Espolla, Spain.Reverse twisted leaves of lemon tree, and folds under which colonies of mites develops. Municipality of Espolla, Spain.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Reverse twisted leaves of lemon tree, and folds under which

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Leaf of lemon tree mined by a Citrus Miner's larva (Phyllocnistis citrella), visible on the lower leftLeaf of lemon tree mined by a Citrus Miner's larva (Phyllocnistis citrella), visible on the lower leftLeaf of lemon tree mined by a Citrus Miner's larva (Phyllocnistis citrella), visible on the lower left© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Leaf of lemon tree mined by a Citrus Miner's larva (Phyllocnistis

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Larvae of whiteflies attached under a bean leaf and butterfly. In Inset: emergence of a whitefly.Larvae of whiteflies attached under a bean leaf and butterfly. In Inset: emergence of a whitefly.Larvae of whiteflies attached under a bean leaf and butterfly. In Inset: emergence of a whitefly.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Larvae of whiteflies attached under a bean leaf and butterfly. In

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Reverse of a parasitic pear leaf many pests with sooty mold marks.Reverse of a parasitic pear leaf many pests with sooty mold marks.Reverse of a parasitic pear leaf many pests with sooty mold marks.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Reverse of a parasitic pear leaf many pests with sooty mold marks.

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Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae) under a mummy of a Pear Lace Bug (Stephanitis pyri). Note the many black spots due to insect bites and sooty mold.Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae) under a mummy of a Pear Lace Bug (Stephanitis pyri). Note the many black spots due to insect bites and sooty mold.Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae) under a mummy of a Pear Lace Bug (Stephanitis pyri). Note the many black spots due to insect bites and sooty mold.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae) under a mummy of a Pear

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Photomicrograph of tomato mite (Aculops lycopersici), length 120 μmPhotomicrograph of tomato mite (Aculops lycopersici), length 120 μmPhotomicrograph of tomato mite (Aculops lycopersici), length 120 μm© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Photomicrograph of tomato mite (Aculops lycopersici), length 120

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Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis) under a tomato leaf, vermiform body and having only 2 pairs of legs and very small (<2.5 mm). The affected tomato leaves dry out and fall after a week or two.Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis) under a tomato leaf, vermiform body and having only 2 pairs of legs and very small (<2.5 mm). The affected tomato leaves dry out and fall after a week or two.Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis) under a tomato leaf, vermiform body and having only 2 pairs of legs and very small (<2.5 mm). The affected tomato leaves dry out and fall after a week or two.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis)

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Tomato mites (Aculops lycopersici) live in the hundreds under a tomato leaf. They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week.Tomato mites (Aculops lycopersici) live in the hundreds under a tomato leaf. They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week.Tomato mites (Aculops lycopersici) live in the hundreds under a tomato leaf. They are very small (<1.5 mm) and reproduce quickly because their life cycle is one week.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Tomato mites (Aculops lycopersici) live in the hundreds under a

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Two Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)Two Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)Two Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Two Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)

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Blisters of erinosis of the vine, the galls were opened to see the eggs of mites, Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis)Blisters of erinosis of the vine, the galls were opened to see the eggs of mites, Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis)Blisters of erinosis of the vine, the galls were opened to see the eggs of mites, Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Blisters of erinosis of the vine, the galls were opened to see

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Four Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) in the furrows of the cuticle of a twig, Tarascon, Gard, FranceFour Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) in the furrows of the cuticle of a twig, Tarascon, Gard, FranceFour Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) in the furrows of the cuticle of a twig, Tarascon, Gard, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Four Olive Mites (Brevipalpus oleae) in the furrows of the

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Colony of mites under a lemon tree leaf, with many moults and some eggs.Colony of mites under a lemon tree leaf, with many moults and some eggs.Colony of mites under a lemon tree leaf, with many moults and some eggs.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of mites under a lemon tree leaf, with many moults and

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Tasks on the underside of a lemon tree leaf affected by mite bites. Note, the box is enlarged on another photograph.Tasks on the underside of a lemon tree leaf affected by mite bites. Note, the box is enlarged on another photograph.Tasks on the underside of a lemon tree leaf affected by mite bites. Note, the box is enlarged on another photograph.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Tasks on the underside of a lemon tree leaf affected by mite

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Larvae of black scale moth (Saissetia oleae) attached to an olive twig, being sampled sap.Larvae of black scale moth (Saissetia oleae) attached to an olive twig, being sampled sap.Larvae of black scale moth (Saissetia oleae) attached to an olive twig, being sampled sap.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Larvae of black scale moth (Saissetia oleae) attached to an olive

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Yellow mites (Lorryia formosa) harvested from an olive tree twig of Banyuls sur mer, France. On the right, a red mite (Brevipalpus oleae).Yellow mites (Lorryia formosa) harvested from an olive tree twig of Banyuls sur mer, France. On the right, a red mite (Brevipalpus oleae).Yellow mites (Lorryia formosa) harvested from an olive tree twig of Banyuls sur mer, France. On the right, a red mite (Brevipalpus oleae).© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Yellow mites (Lorryia formosa) harvested from an olive tree twig

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Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae), family Tenuipalpidae, at the bottom of a cuticle furrow of an olive twig, Length 300 μm, Espolla, SpainOlive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae), family Tenuipalpidae, at the bottom of a cuticle furrow of an olive twig, Length 300 μm, Espolla, SpainOlive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae), family Tenuipalpidae, at the bottom of a cuticle furrow of an olive twig, Length 300 μm, Espolla, Spain© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive Mite (Brevipalpus oleae), family Tenuipalpidae, at the

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Photomicrograph of mite (Brevipalpus oleae) caught on olive leaves, size 300 μm, Espolla, SpainPhotomicrograph of mite (Brevipalpus oleae) caught on olive leaves, size 300 μm, Espolla, SpainPhotomicrograph of mite (Brevipalpus oleae) caught on olive leaves, size 300 μm, Espolla, Spain© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Photomicrograph of mite (Brevipalpus oleae) caught on olive

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Colony of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) and their many moults on the back of an olive leaf. Olivette Espolla, SpainColony of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) and their many moults on the back of an olive leaf. Olivette Espolla, SpainColony of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) and their many moults on the back of an olive leaf. Olivette Espolla, Spain© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) and their many

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Yellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa), caught on olive leaves in Espolla, SpainYellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa), caught on olive leaves in Espolla, SpainYellow mite (Brachytydeus formosa), caught on olive leaves in Espolla, Spain© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Yellow mite (Lorryia formosa) under an olive leaf, Size: 320 μYellow mite (Lorryia formosa) under an olive leaf, Size: 320 μYellow mite (Lorryia formosa) under an olive leaf, Size: 320 μ© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Yellow mite (Lorryia formosa) under an olive leaf, Size: 320 μ

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Three colonies of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under this olive leaf, the most dangerous for olives.Three colonies of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under this olive leaf, the most dangerous for olives.Three colonies of yellow mites (Brachytydeus formosa) under this olive leaf, the most dangerous for olives.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of yellow mites (Brachydydeus) on the back of an olive leaf, Espolla SpainColony of yellow mites (Brachydydeus) on the back of an olive leaf, Espolla SpainColony of yellow mites (Brachydydeus) on the back of an olive leaf, Espolla Spain© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of yellow mites (Brachydydeus) on the back of an olive

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After turning the black scale of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae), about 200 eggs will produce as many larvae that will parasitize the twigs and olives. Banyuls sur mer, FranceAfter turning the black scale of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae), about 200 eggs will produce as many larvae that will parasitize the twigs and olives. Banyuls sur mer, FranceAfter turning the black scale of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae), about 200 eggs will produce as many larvae that will parasitize the twigs and olives. Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive Psylla (Euphyllura olivina) adult attached to a twig feeding on the sap of the olive tree.Olive Psylla (Euphyllura olivina) adult attached to a twig feeding on the sap of the olive tree.Olive Psylla (Euphyllura olivina) adult attached to a twig feeding on the sap of the olive tree.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive Psylla (Euphyllura olivina) adult attached to a twig

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Plum leaf with many aphids.Plum leaf with many aphids.Plum leaf with many aphids.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Plum leaf with many aphids.

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Asian tiger Mosquito (Aedes albopictus) female caught in a garden, Banyuls sur mer, FranceAsian tiger Mosquito (Aedes albopictus) female caught in a garden, Banyuls sur mer, FranceAsian tiger Mosquito (Aedes albopictus) female caught in a garden, Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Asian tiger Mosquito (Aedes albopictus) female caught in a

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Black scales of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae) set on an olive twig. Note the ant that comes to collect the nectar released by these mealybugsBlack scales of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae) set on an olive twig. Note the ant that comes to collect the nectar released by these mealybugsBlack scales of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae) set on an olive twig. Note the ant that comes to collect the nectar released by these mealybugs© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Black scales of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae) set on an olive

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Parasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) emerged from a stock of olives, size 3 mParasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) emerged from a stock of olives, size 3 mParasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) emerged from a stock of olives, size 3 m© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) emerged from a stock of

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Parasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) which destroys the maggots of the olive fly emerging from a stock of olivesParasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) which destroys the maggots of the olive fly emerging from a stock of olivesParasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) which destroys the maggots of the olive fly emerging from a stock of olives© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) which destroys the maggots

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Attempt to mate Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male and female, these two insects emerged from a stock of olives. The female is 3.1 mm long.Attempt to mate Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male and female, these two insects emerged from a stock of olives. The female is 3.1 mm long.Attempt to mate Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male and female, these two insects emerged from a stock of olives. The female is 3.1 mm long.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Attempt to mate Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male and

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Olive fruit midge (Prolasioptera berlesiana) emerged from a stock of olivesOlive fruit midge (Prolasioptera berlesiana) emerged from a stock of olivesOlive fruit midge (Prolasioptera berlesiana) emerged from a stock of olives© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive fruit midge (Prolasioptera berlesiana) emerged from a stock

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Common issid planthopper (Issus coleoptratus) on olive leafCommon issid planthopper (Issus coleoptratus) on olive leafCommon issid planthopper (Issus coleoptratus) on olive leaf© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Common issid planthopper (Issus coleoptratus) on olive leaf

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Asian tiger Mosquito (Aedes albopictus) female caught in a garden, Banyuls sur mer, FranceAsian tiger Mosquito (Aedes albopictus) female caught in a garden, Banyuls sur mer, FranceAsian tiger Mosquito (Aedes albopictus) female caught in a garden, Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Asian tiger Mosquito (Aedes albopictus) female caught in a

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Olive flower (Olea europaea) with its two stamens and the stigma in the center which is the female organ.Olive flower (Olea europaea) with its two stamens and the stigma in the center which is the female organ.Olive flower (Olea europaea) with its two stamens and the stigma in the center which is the female organ.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive flower (Olea europaea) with its two stamens and the stigma

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Olive fruit midge (Prolasioptera berlesiana) emerged from a stock of olivesOlive fruit midge (Prolasioptera berlesiana) emerged from a stock of olivesOlive fruit midge (Prolasioptera berlesiana) emerged from a stock of olives© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive fruit midge (Prolasioptera berlesiana) emerged from a stock

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Parasitoid enemy of olive flies (Pnigalio mediterraneus) female.Parasitoid enemy of olive flies (Pnigalio mediterraneus) female.Parasitoid enemy of olive flies (Pnigalio mediterraneus) female.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitoid enemy of olive flies (Pnigalio mediterraneus) female.

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Olive grove without weed treatment 4.5.2014, FranceOlive grove without weed treatment 4.5.2014, FranceOlive grove without weed treatment 4.5.2014, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive grove without weed treatment 4.5.2014, France

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Treatment of vines with a weed killer (Glyphosate). More than one weed is present. Banyuls on Wed, the 27.2.2014, FranceTreatment of vines with a weed killer (Glyphosate). More than one weed is present. Banyuls on Wed, the 27.2.2014, FranceTreatment of vines with a weed killer (Glyphosate). More than one weed is present. Banyuls on Wed, the 27.2.2014, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Treatment of vines with a weed killer (Glyphosate). More than one

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Black scale of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae), returned with all its eggs close to hatching, on an olive twig.Black scale of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae), returned with all its eggs close to hatching, on an olive twig.Black scale of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae), returned with all its eggs close to hatching, on an olive twig.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Black scale of the olive tree (Saissetia oleae), returned with

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Larva of Olive black scale (Saisettia oleae) just hatched and unhatched eggs.Larva of Olive black scale (Saisettia oleae) just hatched and unhatched eggs.Larva of Olive black scale (Saisettia oleae) just hatched and unhatched eggs.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Larva of Olive black scale (Saisettia oleae) just hatched and

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Content of a black olive mealybug cone (Saissetia oleae), showing the amount of eggs on an olive twig.Content of a black olive mealybug cone (Saissetia oleae), showing the amount of eggs on an olive twig.Content of a black olive mealybug cone (Saissetia oleae), showing the amount of eggs on an olive twig.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Content of a black olive mealybug cone (Saissetia oleae), showing

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Brown aphids under a leaf of apple tree.Brown aphids under a leaf of apple tree.Brown aphids under a leaf of apple tree.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brown aphids under a leaf of apple tree.

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Reserve of product "phytosanitary" in border of vine.Reserve of product "phytosanitary" in border of vine.Reserve of product "phytosanitary" in border of vine.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Reserve of product "phytosanitary" in border of vine.

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Exit hole of olive fly gallery (Bactrocera oleae).Exit hole of olive fly gallery (Bactrocera oleae).Exit hole of olive fly gallery (Bactrocera oleae).© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Exit hole of olive fly gallery (Bactrocera oleae).

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Parasitoid (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.Parasitoid (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.Parasitoid (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitoid (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls

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Fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) emerged from an oliveFruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) emerged from an oliveFruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) emerged from an olive© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) emerged from an olive

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The best enemy of the olive fly parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerged from an olive, length 4.1 mmThe best enemy of the olive fly parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerged from an olive, length 4.1 mmThe best enemy of the olive fly parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerged from an olive, length 4.1 mm© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The best enemy of the olive fly parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus)

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Parasitoid enemy of olive flies (Pnigalio mediterraneus) female. Length 2.6 mmParasitoid enemy of olive flies (Pnigalio mediterraneus) female. Length 2.6 mmParasitoid enemy of olive flies (Pnigalio mediterraneus) female. Length 2.6 mm© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitoid enemy of olive flies (Pnigalio mediterraneus) female.

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Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the

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After the catastrophic freeze of 1956, taken again from new branches since the strain of the olive tree. March 2014, Argeles sur mer, FranceAfter the catastrophic freeze of 1956, taken again from new branches since the strain of the olive tree. March 2014, Argeles sur mer, FranceAfter the catastrophic freeze of 1956, taken again from new branches since the strain of the olive tree. March 2014, Argeles sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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After the catastrophic freeze of 1956, taken again from new

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In the ground under the foliage of the olive trees: predation of pupae of olive flies (Bactrocera oleae) by small ants.In the ground under the foliage of the olive trees: predation of pupae of olive flies (Bactrocera oleae) by small ants.In the ground under the foliage of the olive trees: predation of pupae of olive flies (Bactrocera oleae) by small ants.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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In the ground under the foliage of the olive trees: predation of

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Olive leaf mined by Olive moth (Prays oleae), Argelés sur mer, FranceOlive leaf mined by Olive moth (Prays oleae), Argelés sur mer, FranceOlive leaf mined by Olive moth (Prays oleae), Argelés sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive leaf mined by Olive moth (Prays oleae), Argelés sur mer,

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Olive grove without weed treatment, which promotes the development of soil fauna and avoids evaporation during the summer. notice the times in circle of frozen trees in February 1956, FranceOlive grove without weed treatment, which promotes the development of soil fauna and avoids evaporation during the summer. notice the times in circle of frozen trees in February 1956, FranceOlive grove without weed treatment, which promotes the development of soil fauna and avoids evaporation during the summer. notice the times in circle of frozen trees in February 1956, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The leaves of this twig are parasitized by olive-tailed caterpillars (Prays oleae), 2nd generation, Municipality of Guariguella, SpainThe leaves of this twig are parasitized by olive-tailed caterpillars (Prays oleae), 2nd generation, Municipality of Guariguella, SpainThe leaves of this twig are parasitized by olive-tailed caterpillars (Prays oleae), 2nd generation, Municipality of Guariguella, Spain© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The leaves of this twig are parasitized by olive-tailed

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Galleries made by citrus moth (Phyllocnistis citrella) on olive leaves.Galleries made by citrus moth (Phyllocnistis citrella) on olive leaves.Galleries made by citrus moth (Phyllocnistis citrella) on olive leaves.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Galleries made by citrus moth (Phyllocnistis citrella) on olive

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Larve of Codling Moth (Cydia pomonella) in the apple. It is this caterpillar that destroys the fruits of the garden.Larve of Codling Moth (Cydia pomonella) in the apple. It is this caterpillar that destroys the fruits of the garden.Larve of Codling Moth (Cydia pomonella) in the apple. It is this caterpillar that destroys the fruits of the garden.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Larve of Codling Moth (Cydia pomonella) in the apple. It is this

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Another caterpillar caterpillar coming out of its egg (arrow)Another caterpillar caterpillar coming out of its egg (arrow)Another caterpillar caterpillar coming out of its egg (arrow)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Another caterpillar caterpillar coming out of its egg (arrow)

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Moth egg that has just been placed on an olive flower bud.Moth egg that has just been placed on an olive flower bud.Moth egg that has just been placed on an olive flower bud.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Moth egg that has just been placed on an olive flower bud.

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Damage to flowers caused by this moth caterpillar.Damage to flowers caused by this moth caterpillar.Damage to flowers caused by this moth caterpillar.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Damage to flowers caused by this moth caterpillar.

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Start nibbling a bud of olive blossom, notice all the silk threads that connect the buttons.Start nibbling a bud of olive blossom, notice all the silk threads that connect the buttons.Start nibbling a bud of olive blossom, notice all the silk threads that connect the buttons.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Start nibbling a bud of olive blossom, notice all the silk

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Beginning of penetration of an olive moth caterpillar (Prays oleae) in an olive blossom budBeginning of penetration of an olive moth caterpillar (Prays oleae) in an olive blossom budBeginning of penetration of an olive moth caterpillar (Prays oleae) in an olive blossom bud© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Beginning of penetration of an olive moth caterpillar (Prays

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Portrait of Olive moth (Prays oleae), length 6.5 mmPortrait of Olive moth (Prays oleae), length 6.5 mmPortrait of Olive moth (Prays oleae), length 6.5 mm© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait of Olive moth (Prays oleae), length 6.5 mm

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Sulphur Esperia Moth (Esperia sulphurella). The imago flies from May to July in the clear woods. The gray caterpillar feeds on dead woodSulphur Esperia Moth (Esperia sulphurella). The imago flies from May to July in the clear woods. The gray caterpillar feeds on dead woodSulphur Esperia Moth (Esperia sulphurella). The imago flies from May to July in the clear woods. The gray caterpillar feeds on dead wood© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Sulphur Esperia Moth (Esperia sulphurella). The imago flies from

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