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Common Walnut (Juglans regia) 'Parisienne', barkCommon Walnut (Juglans regia) 'Parisienne', barkCommon Walnut (Juglans regia) 'Parisienne', bark© Alain Kubacsi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany
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Common Walnut (Juglans regia) 'Parisienne', bark

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Walnut tree (Juglans regia) in a meadow in front of the village of La Martre, Parc Naturel Régional du Verdon, Var, FranceWalnut tree (Juglans regia) in a meadow in front of the village of La Martre, Parc Naturel Régional du Verdon, Var, FranceWalnut tree (Juglans regia) in a meadow in front of the village of La Martre, Parc Naturel Régional du Verdon, Var, France© David Tatin / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Walnut tree (Juglans regia) in a meadow in front of the village

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Longitudinal section of Common Walnut (Juglans regia), EuropeLongitudinal section of Common Walnut (Juglans regia), EuropeLongitudinal section of Common Walnut (Juglans regia), Europe© Jean-Yves Grospas / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Longitudinal section of Common Walnut (Juglans regia), Europe

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1 - Bacteria and mould spores Aspergilus sp. and A. niger. aggregated in the crevices of the brou. 2. Xanthomonas bacteria under a bio film. 3. mould spores Aspergilus niger. (in yellow). M.E.B. Magnification X 4000.1 - Bacteria and mould spores Aspergilus sp. and A. niger. aggregated in the crevices of the brou. 2. Xanthomonas bacteria under a bio film. 3. mould spores Aspergilus niger. (in yellow). M.E.B. Magnification X 4000.1 - Bacteria and mould spores Aspergilus sp. and A. niger. aggregated in the crevices of the brou. 2. Xanthomonas bacteria under a bio film. 3. mould spores Aspergilus niger. (in yellow). M.E.B. Magnification X 4000.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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1 - Bacteria and mould spores Aspergilus sp. and A. niger.

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A1 - Pustule on sow seen at SEM. contaminated with two parasitic fungi : Botryosphaeria and Alternaria alternata. SEM x 700 - (arrows) 2 - Some hyphae of Alternaria alternata cross image B - Enlarged detail of image A. The fissure is filled with Botryosphaeria conidia (in yellow) plus a sclerotia loaded with conidia. (circle) SEM X 2000 - Banyuls sur mer - France - 11.12.2020 -A1 - Pustule on sow seen at SEM. contaminated with two parasitic fungi : Botryosphaeria and Alternaria alternata. SEM x 700 - (arrows) 2 - Some hyphae of Alternaria alternata cross image B - Enlarged detail of image A. The fissure is filled with Botryosphaeria conidia (in yellow) plus a sclerotia loaded with conidia. (circle) SEM X 2000 - Banyuls sur mer - France - 11.12.2020 -A1 - Pustule on sow seen at SEM. contaminated with two parasitic fungi : Botryosphaeria and Alternaria alternata. SEM x 700 - (arrows) 2 - Some hyphae of Alternaria alternata cross image B - Enlarged detail of image A. The fissure is filled with Botryosphaeria conidia (in yellow) plus a sclerotia loaded with conidia. (circle) SEM X 2000 - Banyuls sur mer - France - 11.12.2020 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A1 - Pustule on sow seen at SEM. contaminated with two parasitic

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Macrographs of the evolution of the acervuli under a walnut leaf: A - 10 June 2019: Formation of pustules. B - July 20, 2019 : Pustules emit sporiferous jelly. C - November 2019, the pustules have become black, flat acervuli, before the pustules are formed.Macrographs of the evolution of the acervuli under a walnut leaf: A - 10 June 2019: Formation of pustules. B - July 20, 2019 : Pustules emit sporiferous jelly. C - November 2019, the pustules have become black, flat acervuli, before the pustules are formed.Macrographs of the evolution of the acervuli under a walnut leaf: A - 10 June 2019: Formation of pustules. B - July 20, 2019 : Pustules emit sporiferous jelly. C - November 2019, the pustules have become black, flat acervuli, before the pustules are formed.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Macrographs of the evolution of the acervuli under a walnut leaf:

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A - Penetration hole of a caterpillar and nibbling crumbs. In the circle: Polyodaspis fly egg deposited nearby. Chasselay the 5.09.2019A - Penetration hole of a caterpillar and nibbling crumbs. In the circle: Polyodaspis fly egg deposited nearby. Chasselay the 5.09.2019A - Penetration hole of a caterpillar and nibbling crumbs. In the circle: Polyodaspis fly egg deposited nearby. Chasselay the 5.09.2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A - Penetration hole of a caterpillar and nibbling crumbs. In the

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A - Reverse side of leaf with a stain loaded with numerous acervuli of Ophiognomonia leptostyla. B - Top of leaf with some acervuli. C - Reverse side of the same leaf loaded with acervuli. - Banyuls sur mer, France, July 5, 2019 -A - Reverse side of leaf with a stain loaded with numerous acervuli of Ophiognomonia leptostyla. B - Top of leaf with some acervuli. C - Reverse side of the same leaf loaded with acervuli. - Banyuls sur mer, France, July 5, 2019 -A - Reverse side of leaf with a stain loaded with numerous acervuli of Ophiognomonia leptostyla. B - Top of leaf with some acervuli. C - Reverse side of the same leaf loaded with acervuli. - Banyuls sur mer, France, July 5, 2019 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A - Reverse side of leaf with a stain loaded with numerous

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Cultivation in Petri box of a piece of nut contaminated by Xanthomonas arboricolaen. Whitish colonies on agar; in the insert Microphotography of Xanthomonas arboricola bacteria five days later. Gr. X 300 -Cultivation in Petri box of a piece of nut contaminated by Xanthomonas arboricolaen. Whitish colonies on agar; in the insert Microphotography of Xanthomonas arboricola bacteria five days later. Gr. X 300 -Cultivation in Petri box of a piece of nut contaminated by Xanthomonas arboricolaen. Whitish colonies on agar; in the insert Microphotography of Xanthomonas arboricola bacteria five days later. Gr. X 300 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Cultivation in Petri box of a piece of nut contaminated by

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Close-up on the two kernels with five very young Polyodaspis maggots recently arrived. A: Entrance hole of a caterpillar which rejected its nibbling crumbs outside. - Varacieux, France on 16.06.2018 -Close-up on the two kernels with five very young Polyodaspis maggots recently arrived. A: Entrance hole of a caterpillar which rejected its nibbling crumbs outside. - Varacieux, France on 16.06.2018 -Close-up on the two kernels with five very young Polyodaspis maggots recently arrived. A: Entrance hole of a caterpillar which rejected its nibbling crumbs outside. - Varacieux, France on 16.06.2018 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Close-up on the two kernels with five very young Polyodaspis

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A. Husk cut with small galleries of Polyodaspis ruficornis maggots. B - Fly maggot Rhagoletis. In the insert: Mandibular hook of a Rhagoletis maggot. September 16, 2018A. Husk cut with small galleries of Polyodaspis ruficornis maggots. B - Fly maggot Rhagoletis. In the insert: Mandibular hook of a Rhagoletis maggot. September 16, 2018A. Husk cut with small galleries of Polyodaspis ruficornis maggots. B - Fly maggot Rhagoletis. In the insert: Mandibular hook of a Rhagoletis maggot. September 16, 2018© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A. Husk cut with small galleries of Polyodaspis ruficornis

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Two Ectomyelois ceratoniae Butterflies emerging from a walnut, The 14.08.2018 - Crespià. Spain, length: 8 mm.Two Ectomyelois ceratoniae Butterflies emerging from a walnut, The 14.08.2018 - Crespià. Spain, length: 8 mm.Two Ectomyelois ceratoniae Butterflies emerging from a walnut, The 14.08.2018 - Crespià. Spain, length: 8 mm.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Two Ectomyelois ceratoniae Butterflies emerging from a walnut,

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Image of the 200 Rhagoletis flies counted in a trap bottle (185 in the field, nearly 200 in total) Bottles hung in a walnut tree. Isère, France, September 3, 2019Image of the 200 Rhagoletis flies counted in a trap bottle (185 in the field, nearly 200 in total) Bottles hung in a walnut tree. Isère, France, September 3, 2019Image of the 200 Rhagoletis flies counted in a trap bottle (185 in the field, nearly 200 in total) Bottles hung in a walnut tree. Isère, France, September 3, 2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Image of the 200 Rhagoletis flies counted in a trap bottle (185

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Ophiognomonia spots at two month intervals: A: image of July 12, 2019 B: image of September 31, 2019. In fifty days, the top nut was destroyed. The following month, both nuts had fallen off. Notice the white marks in the center of the spots. Banyuls sur mer, France, July 12 and September 31, 2019 -Ophiognomonia spots at two month intervals: A: image of July 12, 2019 B: image of September 31, 2019. In fifty days, the top nut was destroyed. The following month, both nuts had fallen off. Notice the white marks in the center of the spots. Banyuls sur mer, France, July 12 and September 31, 2019 -Ophiognomonia spots at two month intervals: A: image of July 12, 2019 B: image of September 31, 2019. In fifty days, the top nut was destroyed. The following month, both nuts had fallen off. Notice the white marks in the center of the spots. Banyuls sur mer, France, July 12 and September 31, 2019 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Ophiognomonia spots at two month intervals: A: image of July 12,

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Fight against Lepidoptera: depending on the dates of capture, different species are caught by these trap-bottles including Plodia interpunctella and Cydia pomonella which parasitize nuts and apples. These traps operate night and day for four to five months during the summer. Model designed by the author.Fight against Lepidoptera: depending on the dates of capture, different species are caught by these trap-bottles including Plodia interpunctella and Cydia pomonella which parasitize nuts and apples. These traps operate night and day for four to five months during the summer. Model designed by the author.Fight against Lepidoptera: depending on the dates of capture, different species are caught by these trap-bottles including Plodia interpunctella and Cydia pomonella which parasitize nuts and apples. These traps operate night and day for four to five months during the summer. Model designed by the author.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Fight against Lepidoptera: depending on the dates of capture,

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Release of sporipheric jelly from an acervulus, Beaulieu - Isère - FranceRelease of sporipheric jelly from an acervulus, Beaulieu - Isère - FranceRelease of sporipheric jelly from an acervulus, Beaulieu - Isère - France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Release of sporipheric jelly from an acervulus, Beaulieu - Isère

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Details of the hyphae producing asci of Alternaria alternata. Les Cerfs, Le Houga (32460) - MEB le 22..09.2020 - X 4500 -Details of the hyphae producing asci of Alternaria alternata. Les Cerfs, Le Houga (32460) - MEB le 22..09.2020 - X 4500 -Details of the hyphae producing asci of Alternaria alternata. Les Cerfs, Le Houga (32460) - MEB le 22..09.2020 - X 4500 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Details of the hyphae producing asci of Alternaria alternata. Les

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1 - Germ tube advancing towards the open stoma; 2 - Spore emitting germ tube. on 19.08.2019 - SEM X 1800 -1 - Germ tube advancing towards the open stoma; 2 - Spore emitting germ tube. on 19.08.2019 - SEM X 1800 -1 - Germ tube advancing towards the open stoma; 2 - Spore emitting germ tube. on 19.08.2019 - SEM X 1800 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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1 - Germ tube advancing towards the open stoma; 2 - Spore

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Reverse of husk and five sclerotia of Ophiognomonia being formed from the hyphae of the mucilaginous mass. SEM X 4500 - Crespia, Spain, 25.08.2019 -Reverse of husk and five sclerotia of Ophiognomonia being formed from the hyphae of the mucilaginous mass. SEM X 4500 - Crespia, Spain, 25.08.2019 -Reverse of husk and five sclerotia of Ophiognomonia being formed from the hyphae of the mucilaginous mass. SEM X 4500 - Crespia, Spain, 25.08.2019 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Reverse of husk and five sclerotia of Ophiognomonia being formed

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Galls of mites of the genus Aceria under 2 walnut leaves. Inserts : Drawing of the Aceria mite . A - cuticle. B - section of a gall - Bresilley, Haute Saône, France, 10.07.2019 .Galls of mites of the genus Aceria under 2 walnut leaves. Inserts : Drawing of the Aceria mite . A - cuticle. B - section of a gall - Bresilley, Haute Saône, France, 10.07.2019 .Galls of mites of the genus Aceria under 2 walnut leaves. Inserts : Drawing of the Aceria mite . A - cuticle. B - section of a gall - Bresilley, Haute Saône, France, 10.07.2019 .© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Galls of mites of the genus Aceria under 2 walnut leaves. Inserts

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1 - Three sclerotia of Ophiognomonia on a background of moss. 1 - In the center, three sclerotia in the process of formation. 2 - Germ tube (arrow) coming out of the spore; 3 - Eight to ten Ophiognomonia spores (in yellow) on a background of moss. SEM X 2000 .1 - Three sclerotia of Ophiognomonia on a background of moss. 1 - In the center, three sclerotia in the process of formation. 2 - Germ tube (arrow) coming out of the spore; 3 - Eight to ten Ophiognomonia spores (in yellow) on a background of moss. SEM X 2000 .1 - Three sclerotia of Ophiognomonia on a background of moss. 1 - In the center, three sclerotia in the process of formation. 2 - Germ tube (arrow) coming out of the spore; 3 - Eight to ten Ophiognomonia spores (in yellow) on a background of moss. SEM X 2000 .© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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1 - Three sclerotia of Ophiognomonia on a background of moss. 1 -

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A - (Oxidized) particles rejected by the caterpillar entering the nut near the stalk. B - After cutting the husk, a Cydia pomonella caterpillar is found in its gallery. C - Close-up of the Cydia pomonella caterpillar. D - After being discovered, the caterpillar quickly plugged its gallery with particles from the husk. Saint Avit Riviere - Dordogne - France - the 18.08.2020 -A - (Oxidized) particles rejected by the caterpillar entering the nut near the stalk. B - After cutting the husk, a Cydia pomonella caterpillar is found in its gallery. C - Close-up of the Cydia pomonella caterpillar. D - After being discovered, the caterpillar quickly plugged its gallery with particles from the husk. Saint Avit Riviere - Dordogne - France - the 18.08.2020 -A - (Oxidized) particles rejected by the caterpillar entering the nut near the stalk. B - After cutting the husk, a Cydia pomonella caterpillar is found in its gallery. C - Close-up of the Cydia pomonella caterpillar. D - After being discovered, the caterpillar quickly plugged its gallery with particles from the husk. Saint Avit Riviere - Dordogne - France - the 18.08.2020 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A - (Oxidized) particles rejected by the caterpillar entering the

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Upper and lower side of walnut leaf with mite scab Aceria erinea. (Length about 100 µm) Saint Avit Rivière - Dordogne - FranceUpper and lower side of walnut leaf with mite scab Aceria erinea. (Length about 100 µm) Saint Avit Rivière - Dordogne - FranceUpper and lower side of walnut leaf with mite scab Aceria erinea. (Length about 100 µm) Saint Avit Rivière - Dordogne - France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Upper and lower side of walnut leaf with mite scab Aceria erinea.

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Caterpillar hole with 8 black fly chorions Polyodaspis ruficornis. Saint Avit Dordogne River - France - 20.07.2020Caterpillar hole with 8 black fly chorions Polyodaspis ruficornis. Saint Avit Dordogne River - France - 20.07.2020Caterpillar hole with 8 black fly chorions Polyodaspis ruficornis. Saint Avit Dordogne River - France - 20.07.2020© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Caterpillar hole with 8 black fly chorions Polyodaspis

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A 1 - Caterpillar hole in the brou. - A 2 - Caterpillar exit hole. Note the 10 white chorions of Polyodaspis. B - Enlarged image A shows about 40 Polyodaspis chorions on the cuticle. - Saint Avit Rivière - Dorgogne - France - the 20.07.2020A 1 - Caterpillar hole in the brou. - A 2 - Caterpillar exit hole. Note the 10 white chorions of Polyodaspis. B - Enlarged image A shows about 40 Polyodaspis chorions on the cuticle. - Saint Avit Rivière - Dorgogne - France - the 20.07.2020A 1 - Caterpillar hole in the brou. - A 2 - Caterpillar exit hole. Note the 10 white chorions of Polyodaspis. B - Enlarged image A shows about 40 Polyodaspis chorions on the cuticle. - Saint Avit Rivière - Dorgogne - France - the 20.07.2020© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A 1 - Caterpillar hole in the brou. - A 2 - Caterpillar exit

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A - The kernels have been emptied by Polyodaspis maggots, of which only pupae remain. The faecal balls (below) indicate the presence of a caterpillar. B - After removal of the kernel, a caterpillar Ephestia kuehniella, partially masked, is present on the kernel. Crespià, Spain, 10.09.2019 -A - The kernels have been emptied by Polyodaspis maggots, of which only pupae remain. The faecal balls (below) indicate the presence of a caterpillar. B - After removal of the kernel, a caterpillar Ephestia kuehniella, partially masked, is present on the kernel. Crespià, Spain, 10.09.2019 -A - The kernels have been emptied by Polyodaspis maggots, of which only pupae remain. The faecal balls (below) indicate the presence of a caterpillar. B - After removal of the kernel, a caterpillar Ephestia kuehniella, partially masked, is present on the kernel. Crespià, Spain, 10.09.2019 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A - The kernels have been emptied by Polyodaspis maggots, of

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Nine eggs of Polyodaspis were deposited near the hole of caterpillar Lepidoptera, without counting the eggs hidden in the hole and in the crumbs. On the left, exit hole the caterpillar, larger than the entrance hole. (arrow)Nine eggs of Polyodaspis were deposited near the hole of caterpillar Lepidoptera, without counting the eggs hidden in the hole and in the crumbs. On the left, exit hole the caterpillar, larger than the entrance hole. (arrow)Nine eggs of Polyodaspis were deposited near the hole of caterpillar Lepidoptera, without counting the eggs hidden in the hole and in the crumbs. On the left, exit hole the caterpillar, larger than the entrance hole. (arrow)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Nine eggs of Polyodaspis were deposited near the hole of

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Anything is possible: The opening of the husk shows a cohabitation between some young Polyodaspis maggots which feed on the husk and a caterpillar close to its exit. (arrow) The insert shows another part of the brou with very young maggots. Isère, FranceAnything is possible: The opening of the husk shows a cohabitation between some young Polyodaspis maggots which feed on the husk and a caterpillar close to its exit. (arrow) The insert shows another part of the brou with very young maggots. Isère, FranceAnything is possible: The opening of the husk shows a cohabitation between some young Polyodaspis maggots which feed on the husk and a caterpillar close to its exit. (arrow) The insert shows another part of the brou with very young maggots. Isère, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Anything is possible: The opening of the husk shows a

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This Lepidoptera caterpillar hole attracted the Polyodaspis flies which deposited 31 eggs on the cuticle. Others are certainly hidden under the crumbs and in the hole. Close-up: Eggs in circles.This Lepidoptera caterpillar hole attracted the Polyodaspis flies which deposited 31 eggs on the cuticle. Others are certainly hidden under the crumbs and in the hole. Close-up: Eggs in circles.This Lepidoptera caterpillar hole attracted the Polyodaspis flies which deposited 31 eggs on the cuticle. Others are certainly hidden under the crumbs and in the hole. Close-up: Eggs in circles.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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This Lepidoptera caterpillar hole attracted the Polyodaspis flies

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Opening of the husk with 9 or 10 chorions of Polyodaspis on the degraded shell. Inserts: 2 enlarged chorions and a black fly egg at the SEM. Length of the egg = 0.8 mm. The 5.09.2019 Varacieux, Isère, FranceOpening of the husk with 9 or 10 chorions of Polyodaspis on the degraded shell. Inserts: 2 enlarged chorions and a black fly egg at the SEM. Length of the egg = 0.8 mm. The 5.09.2019 Varacieux, Isère, FranceOpening of the husk with 9 or 10 chorions of Polyodaspis on the degraded shell. Inserts: 2 enlarged chorions and a black fly egg at the SEM. Length of the egg = 0.8 mm. The 5.09.2019 Varacieux, Isère, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Opening of the husk with 9 or 10 chorions of Polyodaspis on the

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A - Beginning of contamination by the fungus Botryosphaeria. with small scattered light brown spots. B - Expanding spots. C - 50% of the nut is affected, in constant progression, Crespia, Spain, August 25, 2019.A - Beginning of contamination by the fungus Botryosphaeria. with small scattered light brown spots. B - Expanding spots. C - 50% of the nut is affected, in constant progression, Crespia, Spain, August 25, 2019.A - Beginning of contamination by the fungus Botryosphaeria. with small scattered light brown spots. B - Expanding spots. C - 50% of the nut is affected, in constant progression, Crespia, Spain, August 25, 2019.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A - Beginning of contamination by the fungus Botryosphaeria. with

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Emergence of the Plodia interpucntella butterfly from a walnut - Crespià, Spain, 16.08.2019Emergence of the Plodia interpucntella butterfly from a walnut - Crespià, Spain, 16.08.2019Emergence of the Plodia interpucntella butterfly from a walnut - Crespià, Spain, 16.08.2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Emergence of the Plodia interpucntella butterfly from a walnut -

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A. Emergence d'un papillon Plodia interpucntella d'une noix - B. Chrysaliide d'où est sorti le papillon. Crespià, Espagne, le 16.08.2019A. Emergence d'un papillon Plodia interpucntella d'une noix - B. Chrysaliide d'où est sorti le papillon. Crespià, Espagne, le 16.08.2019A. Emergence d'un papillon Plodia interpucntella d'une noix - B. Chrysaliide d'où est sorti le papillon. Crespià, Espagne, le 16.08.2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A. Emergence d'un papillon Plodia interpucntella d'une noix - B.

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1 - A - The entrance hole of the gallery was masked by an operculum (in the insert). 2 - Same walnut: After removal of the husk, the gallery dug by the caterpillar appears between A and B, as well as the hole in the joint towards the kernels, plus a few crumbs. Céret August 10, 2019 -1 - A - The entrance hole of the gallery was masked by an operculum (in the insert). 2 - Same walnut: After removal of the husk, the gallery dug by the caterpillar appears between A and B, as well as the hole in the joint towards the kernels, plus a few crumbs. Céret August 10, 2019 -1 - A - The entrance hole of the gallery was masked by an operculum (in the insert). 2 - Same walnut: After removal of the husk, the gallery dug by the caterpillar appears between A and B, as well as the hole in the joint towards the kernels, plus a few crumbs. Céret August 10, 2019 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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1 - A - The entrance hole of the gallery was masked by an

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Progressive stains of the pathogenic fungus Fusarium lateritium on the upper side of the leaf. Bressilley, Haute-Saône, France - July 10, 2019 -Progressive stains of the pathogenic fungus Fusarium lateritium on the upper side of the leaf. Bressilley, Haute-Saône, France - July 10, 2019 -Progressive stains of the pathogenic fungus Fusarium lateritium on the upper side of the leaf. Bressilley, Haute-Saône, France - July 10, 2019 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Progressive stains of the pathogenic fungus Fusarium lateritium

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C - The crumbs were pushed to see the white cover that the Cydia caterpillar wove to protect itself. D - Once the operculum is removed, the hole is visible. The small white spots are eggs of Polyodaspis flies. Céret, France - September 15, 2019 -C - The crumbs were pushed to see the white cover that the Cydia caterpillar wove to protect itself. D - Once the operculum is removed, the hole is visible. The small white spots are eggs of Polyodaspis flies. Céret, France - September 15, 2019 -C - The crumbs were pushed to see the white cover that the Cydia caterpillar wove to protect itself. D - Once the operculum is removed, the hole is visible. The small white spots are eggs of Polyodaspis flies. Céret, France - September 15, 2019 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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C - The crumbs were pushed to see the white cover that the Cydia

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Older stains of the Colletotrichum fungus on walnut leaves. Note the circular organization of the acervuli (arrow). Bresiilley, Haute-Saône, France, July 10, 2019 -Older stains of the Colletotrichum fungus on walnut leaves. Note the circular organization of the acervuli (arrow). Bresiilley, Haute-Saône, France, July 10, 2019 -Older stains of the Colletotrichum fungus on walnut leaves. Note the circular organization of the acervuli (arrow). Bresiilley, Haute-Saône, France, July 10, 2019 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Older stains of the Colletotrichum fungus on walnut leaves. Note

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A - Contamination stain of the fungus Alternaria alternata on walnut leaf. B - Enlarged area A seen under a transparency microscope. with formation of conidial chains of Alternaria alternata. Gr. X 250 - Crespià, Spain, 02.07.2019A - Contamination stain of the fungus Alternaria alternata on walnut leaf. B - Enlarged area A seen under a transparency microscope. with formation of conidial chains of Alternaria alternata. Gr. X 250 - Crespià, Spain, 02.07.2019A - Contamination stain of the fungus Alternaria alternata on walnut leaf. B - Enlarged area A seen under a transparency microscope. with formation of conidial chains of Alternaria alternata. Gr. X 250 - Crespià, Spain, 02.07.2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A - Contamination stain of the fungus Alternaria alternata on

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Reverse side of a leaf affected by Microstroma juglandis. The white dots are sporangia erected from plant cells. The bottom image is the same, but illuminated from below with the cells filled with conidia. Céret, France - 18.06.2019Reverse side of a leaf affected by Microstroma juglandis. The white dots are sporangia erected from plant cells. The bottom image is the same, but illuminated from below with the cells filled with conidia. Céret, France - 18.06.2019Reverse side of a leaf affected by Microstroma juglandis. The white dots are sporangia erected from plant cells. The bottom image is the same, but illuminated from below with the cells filled with conidia. Céret, France - 18.06.2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Reverse side of a leaf affected by Microstroma juglandis. The

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Underside of a walnut leaf parasitized by the fungus Microstroma juglandis. The white dots are erect sporangia loaded with spores. Céret, France - 18.06.2019Underside of a walnut leaf parasitized by the fungus Microstroma juglandis. The white dots are erect sporangia loaded with spores. Céret, France - 18.06.2019Underside of a walnut leaf parasitized by the fungus Microstroma juglandis. The white dots are erect sporangia loaded with spores. Céret, France - 18.06.2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Underside of a walnut leaf parasitized by the fungus Microstroma

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Spots on walnut leaves parasitized by the fungus Microstroma juglandis. Céret, France - 18.06.2019Spots on walnut leaves parasitized by the fungus Microstroma juglandis. Céret, France - 18.06.2019Spots on walnut leaves parasitized by the fungus Microstroma juglandis. Céret, France - 18.06.2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Spots on walnut leaves parasitized by the fungus Microstroma

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A - Aureoles of contamination by the fungus Aureobasidium pullulans. B - On the same nut, another contamination by Ophiognomonia leptostyla. (arrows) - Mormès, Gers, France, 09.06.2019 -A - Aureoles of contamination by the fungus Aureobasidium pullulans. B - On the same nut, another contamination by Ophiognomonia leptostyla. (arrows) - Mormès, Gers, France, 09.06.2019 -A - Aureoles of contamination by the fungus Aureobasidium pullulans. B - On the same nut, another contamination by Ophiognomonia leptostyla. (arrows) - Mormès, Gers, France, 09.06.2019 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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A - Aureoles of contamination by the fungus Aureobasidium

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Les soies de chenille(s) marquent une importante dégradtion des cerneaux; c'est seulment en les sortant que nous trouvons la chenille responsable : Plodia interppunctella toujours en place. Les cerneaux sont détruits. Crespia le 9 mai 2019.Les soies de chenille(s) marquent une importante dégradtion des cerneaux; c'est seulment en les sortant que nous trouvons la chenille responsable : Plodia interppunctella toujours en place. Les cerneaux sont détruits. Crespia le 9 mai 2019.Les soies de chenille(s) marquent une importante dégradtion des cerneaux; c'est seulment en les sortant que nous trouvons la chenille responsable : Plodia interppunctella toujours en place. Les cerneaux sont détruits. Crespia le 9 mai 2019.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Les soies de chenille(s) marquent une importante dégradtion des

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Dry kernel caused by the fungus Botryosphaeria arboricola, Crespià, Spain, 25.08.2019Dry kernel caused by the fungus Botryosphaeria arboricola, Crespià, Spain, 25.08.2019Dry kernel caused by the fungus Botryosphaeria arboricola, Crespià, Spain, 25.08.2019© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Dry kernel caused by the fungus Botryosphaeria arboricola,

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The maggot of fly Polyodaspis ruficornis arrived on the articulation of the shells which it will pierce in three minutes: Kinetics in Images : A.B.C.D.E. 26.10.2018 - Toulouse Montrabé - FranceThe maggot of fly Polyodaspis ruficornis arrived on the articulation of the shells which it will pierce in three minutes: Kinetics in Images : A.B.C.D.E. 26.10.2018 - Toulouse Montrabé - FranceThe maggot of fly Polyodaspis ruficornis arrived on the articulation of the shells which it will pierce in three minutes: Kinetics in Images : A.B.C.D.E. 26.10.2018 - Toulouse Montrabé - France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The maggot of fly Polyodaspis ruficornis arrived on the

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Three Polyodaspis maggots jostle each other to penetrate in the same hole of the shell. le 26.102018Three Polyodaspis maggots jostle each other to penetrate in the same hole of the shell. le 26.102018Three Polyodaspis maggots jostle each other to penetrate in the same hole of the shell. le 26.102018© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Three Polyodaspis maggots jostle each other to penetrate in the

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Plodia caterpillar that has just reached the articulation of the shells leaving some silk threads. In the insert: mandibles of a small caterpillar. The 24.10.2018 -Plodia caterpillar that has just reached the articulation of the shells leaving some silk threads. In the insert: mandibles of a small caterpillar. The 24.10.2018 -Plodia caterpillar that has just reached the articulation of the shells leaving some silk threads. In the insert: mandibles of a small caterpillar. The 24.10.2018 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Kinetics of the penetration of a small Plodia interpunctella caterpillar into the joint. (Duration of penetration: 2 minutes) on 24.10.2018 -Kinetics of the penetration of a small Plodia interpunctella caterpillar into the joint. (Duration of penetration: 2 minutes) on 24.10.2018 -Kinetics of the penetration of a small Plodia interpunctella caterpillar into the joint. (Duration of penetration: 2 minutes) on 24.10.2018 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Kinetics of the penetration of a small Plodia interpunctella

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After removal of the husk, the caterpillar flees the light (insert) - A and B: rare thing: young Plodia caterpillar starting to pierce the shell. - Céret - France - The 22.10.2018 -After removal of the husk, the caterpillar flees the light (insert) - A and B: rare thing: young Plodia caterpillar starting to pierce the shell. - Céret - France - The 22.10.2018 -After removal of the husk, the caterpillar flees the light (insert) - A and B: rare thing: young Plodia caterpillar starting to pierce the shell. - Céret - France - The 22.10.2018 -© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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After removal of the husk, the caterpillar flees the light

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This Indian mealmoth (Plodia interpunctella) lay eggs in the crevice of the cuticle? 13.10.2018This Indian mealmoth (Plodia interpunctella) lay eggs in the crevice of the cuticle? 13.10.2018This Indian mealmoth (Plodia interpunctella) lay eggs in the crevice of the cuticle? 13.10.2018© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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This Indian mealmoth (Plodia interpunctella) lay eggs in the

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