Grape Colaspis

Colaspis brunnea

Grape colaspis larvae are a relatively minor pest of corn, soybeans, timothy, grapes, strawberries, and other crops.
Larvae resemble white grubs in appearance with a white body and an orange head but are much smaller (1/8-1/6" in length).
Grape colaspis larvae feed on the roots of plants, reducing their ability to absorb water and nutrients and sometimes killing young plants.
There are no curative treatments for grape colaspis.