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Leatherjacket grubs are the larvae of the crane fly.
The crane fly (daddy long legs) typically flies around in Autumn and lays it's eggs in the ground at this time.
Over the comping months the larvae hatch and grow over Winter.
Through Winter and into Spring the grubs will come up to chew on the grass roots, and birds will try to get to the grubs as a food source.
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