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Pear leaf midge (Dasineura pyri), mid June. Also known as pear leaf-curling midges, these tiny grubs hatch from eggs laid by flies on the edges of young leaves and as they begin feeding cause the leaves to curl upwards into tight rolls, which turn red then black and die off.