Photos show the egg (A), larva (B), pupa (C) and adult (D) of tea pest Ectropis grisescens (Lepidoptera: Geometridae). E. grisescens is an economically important pest in tea plantations of China, causing considerable yield loss. In this issue, the genetic differentiation and distribution of two sibling species of tea geometrids (E. grisescens and E. oblique) in tea-growing areas in Zhejiang, eastern China were reported (pp. 741-748). Photos were taken by XIAO Qiang at the Tea Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Hangzhou and the Breeding Tea Plantation in Xinchang County, Zhejiang Province, in August, 2004 (pupa), October, 2010 (egg and larva) and April, 2014 (adult), respectively.