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There are several species of lace bugs that occur in Texas.

There are several species of lace bugs that occur in Texas and can become a problem when the weather is just right or if a particular host plant is present.

The Azalea lace bug (Stephanitis pyriodes) can be a huge problem on Azaleas, Oak lace bugs (Coryhuca arucata) are common on oaks, Hawthorn lace bugs (C. gossypii) are common on pyracantha, hawthorns and quince and Lantana lace bugs (Teleonemia scrupulosa) are common on lantana and Texas sage plants.

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