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Apples and pears ripening on the tree are damaged by wasps excavating holes into the flesh. The holes are initially created by hungry birds, then wasps are attracted by the sugary juice and move in.
Apples and pears that are still on the tree display hollowed out cavities, often with wasps still inside feeding on the flesh, making the fruit unappetising to eat.
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