larvae are white and “C”-shaped. They have a light brown head, a dark tail-end, and are at most 1.5 in (38 mm) long. The true white grub can be identified by having two, parallel rows of stiff bristles on the underside of its tail end [see photo]. Annual white grubs lack this pattern of bristles.
They dig a hole and live and eat the plants roots. You can tell that slmetjing is wrong,m; its stops the growing process of the plant but doesn’t kill it; makes it weak. Malditos