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They place them on a bamboo cylinder with females inside and gamble on whose beetle will win the fight. Rhinoceros beetles feed on the sap of young shoots of many trees ...


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Forest Insect & Disease Leaflet 12

Forest Insect & Disease Leaflet 12 Revised April 2010 U.S. Department of Agriculture • Forest Service Black Turpentine Beetle Jenny C. Staeben 1, Stephen Clarke 2, and Kamal J.K. Gandhi 1 Black turpentine beetle, Dendroctonus terebrans (Olivier), is the largest native pine bark beetle in the ...

Japanese Beetles

Japanese Beetle 2006 Control Recommendations (Note: This factsheet discusses only the adult b For inform ation on how to control the grub stage in lawns, see our Grub Control factsheet.) eetle.

Brychius hungerfordi - Hungerford's crawling water beetle

Michigan Natural Features Inventory P.O. Box 30444 - Lansing, MI 48909-7944 Phone: 517-373-1552 Best Survey Period State Distribution Brychius hungerfordi (Spangler) Hungerford™s crawling water beetle

Red Turpentine Beetle

1 The red turpentine beetle (Dendroctonus valens LeConte) is the largest and most widely distributed bark beetle in North America. It belongs to a group of beetles that characteristically mine between the bark and the wood of trees.

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A single beetle does not eat much; it is group feeding by many beetles that causes the severe damage. Adults feed on the upper surface of foliage, chewing out tissue between the veins.

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Background and History The Asian Longhorn Beetle and now the Citrus Longhorn Beetle pose a serious threat to the Pacific Northwest landscapes and forests.


(Figure 2) RED TURPENTINE BEETLE, Dendroctonus valens Damage/Description: Turpentine beetles can infest any pine species but prefer ponderosa and lodge pole pines.

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