Pear and cherry slugs are not really slugs, they are slimy larvae of the sawfly. They eat and damage the leaves of pears, cherries and apples.
Pear and cherry slugs are leaf damaging larvae of a sawfly. These are mistaken for slugs because they are slimy looking. The larvae feed on the upper surfaces of the leaves of fruit trees including pear, cherry, apple, quince and others. They will eat the leaves until there is only a skeleton of leaf veins remaining.
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