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Pear leaf blister mite, mid July. Microscopic mites (Eriophyes pyri) live within  the tissue of the tree's leaves, releasing a damaging toxin as they feed. Initially, pink or yellow-green blisters appear on the leaves, either side of the central rib. These turn darker as the summer progresses.