Tomato leaf miner

The tomato leaf miner, Tuta absoluta is a tiny moth whose larva attacks solanaceous plants (like tomato, melongene, peppers, nightshade and jimson weed) and also beans. It is native of Central America and can also be found in South America, Europe and the Mediterranean.

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