|Hawaiian sweet potato leaf miner|
The larvae feed on Ipomoea species, including Ipomoea tuberculata. They mine the leaves of their host plant. It is considered a pest on sweet potatoes in Hawaii. The mines may cause the yellowing of the leaves, giving them a notched and withered appearance.
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