||melaleuca leaf weevil
||Seven years after its Florida release, the melaleuca leaf weevil has significantly reduced melaleuca flowering and growth.
||A strawberry leaf is unrolled to reveal a strawberry leafroller (about 2 centimeters long). These plump caterpillars may help beneficial Colpoclypus florus wasps survive the winters of Oregon and Washington so that the wasps can parasitize other leafrollers in the spring.
||This parasitic wasp (about 2 millimeters long) attempts to sting a larva of the oblique-banded leafroller. The wasp's stinger (protruding from its abdomen) injects a toxin that causes the leafroller to spin extra-thick webbing around itself.