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Phyllophaga in my land

 
gordo kury
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hi there fellows. I was yesterday working with the shovel and I found some Phyllophaga larvae preying on the roots of my pecan tree, I'm sure they are are all over the place and festing on the roots of other trees aswell. I'm in southern Southamerica and this is very comun. Is there any positive aspect to this or is this something I should try to combat somehow?
this is exactly how this root lover looks like:
phyllophga larva
 
Kdan Horton
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Location: North West Georgia
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Not bad fried with a little Garlic & butter. Pull the butt off first.
 
gordo kury
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Kdan Horton wrote:Not bad fried with a little Garlic & butter. Pull the butt off first.

are you serious? I could treat you dinner my friend I my self am a vegetarian, but do come by and eat all the larvae you want you really do it them don't you? do they taste good?
 
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