Neodiprion lecontei (Redheaded pine sawfly, iyNeoLeco1) (iyNeoLeco1.1)

About Neodiprion lecontei

Neodiprion lecontei is a species of sawfly in the family Diprionidae native to eastern North America, commonly known as the red-headed pine sawfly or Leconte's sawfly. The larvae feed on the foliage of many species of native and imported pines. This species was named after John Lawrence LeConte, an American entomologist of the 19th century.

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Taxonomy ID 441921

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Taxonomy ID 441921

Data source United States Department of Agriculture

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Genome assembly: iyNeoLeco1.1

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