Probably something (an insect) that likes peaches. Takes a bite and moves on
to another one. Ever try tanglefoot at the lowest part of the trunk to keep
them away from your peaches? Unless it is a flying beetle then you'll just
have to share some of the sap with them. I bet you'll just have a few bumps
in the ripened peaches.
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