INSECTS of the order Coleoptera, containing over 350,000 species in 150 families. They possess hard bodies and their mouthparts are adapted for chewing.
A genus of small beetles of the family Tenebrionidae; T. confusum is the "confused flour beetle".
A genus of beetles which infests grain products. Its larva is called mealworm.
An order of fungi in the phylum ASCOMYCOTA that are important plant pathogens.
BEETLES in the family Curculionidae and the largest family in the order COLEOPTERA. They have a markedly convex shape and many are considered pests.
Wormlike or grublike stage, following the egg in the life cycle of insects, worms, and other metamorphosing animals.
A plant genus in the family PINACEAE, order Pinales, class Pinopsida, division Coniferophyta. They are evergreen trees mainly in temperate climates.
An inactive stage between the larval and adult stages in the life cycle of insects.
Proteins found in any species of insect.
The process of laying or shedding fully developed eggs (OVA) from the female body. The term is usually used for certain INSECTS or FISHES with an organ called ovipositor where eggs are stored or deposited before expulsion from the body.
A product of hard secondary xylem composed of CELLULOSE, hemicellulose, and LIGNANS, that is under the bark of trees and shrubs. It is used in construction and as a source of CHARCOAL and many other products.
Woody, usually tall, perennial higher plants (Angiosperms, Gymnosperms, and some Pterophyta) having usually a main stem and numerous branches.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
The encapsulated embryos of flowering plants. They are used as is or for animal feed because of the high content of concentrated nutrients like starches, proteins, and fats. Rapeseed, cottonseed, and sunflower seed are also produced for the oils (fats) they yield.
Substances made up of an aggregation of small particles, as that obtained by grinding or trituration of a solid drug. In pharmacy it is a form in which substances are administered. (From Dorland, 28th ed)
The dried seeds, bark, root, stems, buds, leaves, or fruit of aromatic plants used to season food.
A polyvinyl resin used extensively in the manufacture of plastics, including medical devices, tubing, and other packaging. It is also used as a rubber substitute.
Baked food product made of flour or meal that is moistened, kneaded, and sometimes fermented. A major food since prehistoric times, it has been made in various forms using a variety of ingredients and methods.
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE service for health professionals and consumers. It links extensive information from the National Institutes of Health and other reviewed sources of information on specific diseases and conditions.
A type of XIPAPILLOMAVIRUS causing alimentary carcinoma in cattle. It is related to Bovine papillomavirus 3.
A beverage made from ground COFFEA beans (SEEDS) infused in hot water. It generally contains CAFFEINE and THEOPHYLLINE unless it is decaffeinated.
Compounds, either natural or synthetic, which block development of the growing insect.
An order of insects, restricted mostly to the tropics, containing at least eight families. A few species occur in temperate regions of North America.
Periodic casting off FEATHERS; HAIR; or cuticle. Molting is a process of sloughing or desquamation, especially the shedding of an outer covering and the development of a new one. This phenomenon permits growth in ARTHROPODS, skin renewal in AMPHIBIANS and REPTILES, and the shedding of winter coats in BIRDS and MAMMALS.
The production of offspring by selective mating or HYBRIDIZATION, GENETIC in animals or plants.
A class of devices combining electrical and mechanical components that have at least one of the dimensions in the micrometer range (between 1 micron and 1 millimeter). They include sensors, actuators, microducts, and micropumps.
The prevention of growth and or spread of unwanted plants.
The class Insecta, in the phylum ARTHROPODA, whose members are characterized by division into three parts: head, thorax, and abdomen. They are the dominant group of animals on earth; several hundred thousand different kinds having been described. Three orders, HEMIPTERA; DIPTERA; and SIPHONAPTERA; are of medical interest in that they cause disease in humans and animals. (From Borror et al., An Introduction to the Study of Insects, 4th ed, p1)
A weight-carrying structure for navigation of the air that is supported either by its own buoyancy or by the dynamic action of the air against its surfaces. (Webster, 1973)
A genus of the order Sirenia characterized by a notched tail, the presence of nasal bones and a long nasal cavity, and large columnar teeth lacking enamel. Dugongs inhabit the coastal waters of the Indian Ocean, Red Sea, and the Malay Archipelago. (From Scott, Concise Encyclopedia Biology, 1996)
Written or other literary works whose subject matter is medical or about the profession of medicine and related areas.
Hemorrhagic necrosis that was first demonstrated in rabbits with a two-step reaction, an initial local (intradermal) or general (intravenous) injection of a priming endotoxin (ENDOTOXINS) followed by a second intravenous endotoxin injection (provoking agent) 24 h later. The acute inflammation damages the small blood vessels. The following intravascular coagulation leads to capillary and venous THROMBOSIS and NECROSIS. Shwartzman phenomenon can also occur in other species with a single injection of a provoking agent, and during infections or pregnancy. Its susceptibility depends on the status of IMMUNE SYSTEM, coagulation, FIBRINOLYSIS, and blood flow.
Insect members of the superfamily Apoidea, found almost everywhere, particularly on flowers. About 3500 species occur in North America. They differ from most WASPS in that their young are fed honey and pollen rather than animal food.
Catalyzes the oxidation of GLUTATHIONE to GLUTATHIONE DISULFIDE in the presence of NADP+. Deficiency in the enzyme is associated with HEMOLYTIC ANEMIA. Formerly listed as EC
A change in electrical resistance of the skin, occurring in emotion and in certain other conditions.
The outer layer of the woody parts of plants.
A plant genus in the family PINACEAE, order Pinales, class Pinopsida, division Coniferophyta. They are evergreen, pyramidal trees with whorled branches and thin, scaly bark. Each of the linear, spirally arranged leaves is jointed near the stem on a separate woody base.
The science of developing, caring for, or cultivating forests.
Eating of excrement by animal species.
Accumulations of solid or liquid animal excreta usually from stables and barnyards with or without litter material. Its chief application is as a fertilizer. (From Webster's 3d ed)
Large aggregates of CELESTIAL STARS; COSMIC DUST; and gas. (From McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
A family of hoofed MAMMALS consisting of HORSES, donkeys, and zebras. Members of this family are strict herbivores and can be classified as either browsers or grazers depending on how they feed.
A superfamily of parasitic nematodes which requires one or two intermediate arthropod hosts before finally being eaten by the final host. Its organisms occur rarely in man.
A family of New World monkeys in the infraorder PLATYRRHINI consisting of two subfamilies: Callicebinae and Pitheciinae.
The adopting or performing the role of another significant individual in order to gain insight into the behavior of that person.
The fourth planet in order from the sun. Its two natural satellites are Deimos and Phobos. It is one of the four inner or terrestrial planets of the solar system.
The environment outside the earth or its atmosphere. The environment may refer to a closed cabin (such as a space shuttle or space station) or to space itself, the moon, or other planets.
The gaseous envelope surrounding a planet or similar body. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
Sensitivity or attachment to religious values, or to things of the spirit as opposed to material or worldly interests. (from Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed, and Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd ed)
A form of interactive entertainment in which the player controls electronically generated images that appear on a video display screen. This includes video games played in the home on special machines or home computers, and those played in arcades.

HSP27 multimerization mediated by phosphorylation-sensitive intermolecular interactions at the amino terminus. (1/1413)

Distinct biochemical activities have been reported for small and large molecular complexes of heat shock protein 27 (HSP27), respectively. Using glycerol gradient ultracentrifugation and chemical cross-linking, we show here that Chinese hamster HSP27 is expressed in cells as homotypic multimers ranging from dimers up to 700-kDa oligomers. Treatments with arsenite, which induces phosphorylation on Ser15 and Ser90, provoked a major change in the size distribution of the complexes that shifted from oligomers to dimers. Ser90 phosphorylation was sufficient and necessary for causing this change in structure. Dimer formation was severely inhibited by replacing Ser90 with Ala90 but not by replacing Ser15 with Ala15. Using the yeast two-hybrid system, two domains were identified that were responsible for HSP27 intermolecular interactions. One domain was insensitive to phosphorylation and corresponded to the C-terminal alpha-crystallin domain. The other domain was sensitive to serine 90 phosphorylation and was located in the N-terminal region of the protein. Fusion of this N-terminal domain to firefly luciferase conferred luciferase with the capacity to form multimers that dissociated into monomers upon phosphorylation. A deletion within this domain of residues Arg5-Tyr23, which contains a WDPF motif found in most proteins of the small heat shock protein family, yielded a protein that forms only phosphorylation-insensitive dimers. We propose that HSP27 forms stable dimers through the alpha-crystallin domain. These dimers further multimerize through intermolecular interactions mediated by the phosphorylation-sensitive N-terminal domain.  (+info)

Photorhabdus luminescens W-14 insecticidal activity consists of at least two similar but distinct proteins. Purification and characterization of toxin A and toxin B. (2/1413)

Both the bacterium Photorhabdus luminescens alone and its symbiotic Photorhabdus-nematode complex are known to be highly pathogenic to insects. The nature of the insecticidal activity of Photorhabdus bacteria was investigated for its potential application as an insect control agent. It was found that in the fermentation broth of P. luminescens strain W-14, at least two proteins, toxin A and toxin B, independently contributed to the oral insecticidal activity against Southern corn rootworm. Purified toxin A and toxin B exhibited single bands on native polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and two peptides of 208 and 63 kDa on SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. The native molecular weight of both the toxin A and toxin B was determined to be approximately 860 kDa, suggesting that they are tetrameric. NH2-terminal amino acid sequencing and Western analysis using monospecific antibodies to each toxin demonstrated that the two toxins were distinct but homologous. The oral potency (LD50) of toxin A and toxin B against Southern corn rootworm larvae was determined to be similar to that observed with highly potent Bt toxins against lepidopteran pests. In addition, it was found that the two peptides present in toxin B could be processed in vitro from a 281-kDa protoxin by endogenous P. luminescens proteases. Proteolytic processing was shown to enhance insecticidal activity.  (+info)

In vivo regulation of beta-MHC gene in rodent heart: role of T3 and evidence for an upstream enhancer. (3/1413)

Cardiac beta-myosin heavy chain (beta-MHC) gene expression is mainly regulated through transcriptional processes. Although these results are based primarily on in vitro cell culture models, relatively little information is available concerning the interaction of key regulatory factors thought to modulate MHC expression in the intact rodent heart. Using a direct gene transfer approach, we studied the in vivo transcriptional activity of different-length beta-MHC promoter fragments in normal control and in altered thyroid states. The test beta-MHC promoter was fused to a firefly luciferase reporter gene, whereas the control alpha-MHC promoter was fused to the Renilla luciferase reporter gene and was used to account for variations in transfection efficiency. Absolute reporter gene activities showed that beta- and alpha-MHC genes were individually and reciprocally regulated by thyroid hormone. The beta-to-alpha ratios of reporter gene expression demonstrated an almost threefold larger beta-MHC gene expression in the longest than in the shorter promoter fragments in normal control animals, implying the existence of an upstream enhancer. A mutation in the putative thyroid response element of the -408-bp beta-MHC promoter construct caused transcriptional activity to drop to null. When studied in the -3, 500-bp beta-MHC promoter, construct activity was reduced ( approximately 100-fold) while thyroid hormone responsiveness was retained. These findings suggest that, even though the bulk of the thyroid hormone responsiveness of the gene is contained within the first 215 bp of the beta-MHC promoter sequence, the exact mechanism of triiodothyronine (T3) action remains to be elucidated.  (+info)

Glucose generates sub-plasma membrane ATP microdomains in single islet beta-cells. Potential role for strategically located mitochondria. (4/1413)

Increases in the concentration of free ATP within the islet beta-cell may couple elevations in blood glucose to insulin release by closing ATP-sensitive K+ (KATP) channels and activating Ca2+ influx. Here, we use recombinant targeted luciferases and photon counting imaging to monitor changes in free [ATP] in subdomains of single living MIN6 and primary beta-cells. Resting [ATP] in the cytosol ([ATP]c), in the mitochondrial matrix ([ATP]m), and beneath the plasma membrane ([ATP]pm) were similar ( approximately 1 mM). Elevations in extracellular glucose concentration (3-30 mM) increased free [ATP] in each domain with distinct kinetics. Thus, sustained increases in [ATP]m and [ATP]pm were observed, but only a transient increase in [ATP]c. However, detectable increases in [ATP]c and [ATP]pm, but not [ATP]m, required extracellular Ca2+. Enhancement of glucose-induced Ca2+ influx with high [K+] had little effect on the apparent [ATP]c and [ATP]m increases but augmented the [ATP]pm increase. Underlying these changes, glucose increased the mitochondrial proton motive force, an effect mimicked by high [K+]. These data support a model in which glucose increases [ATP]m both through enhanced substrate supply and by progressive Ca2+-dependent activation of mitochondrial enzymes. This may then lead to a privileged elevation of [ATP]pm, which may be essential for the sustained closure of KATP channels. Luciferase imaging would appear to be a useful new tool for dynamic in vivo imaging of free ATP concentration.  (+info)

Molecular systematics of cytochrome oxidase I and 16S from Neochlamisus leaf beetles and the importance of sampling. (5/1413)

If a gene tree is to be judiciously used for inferring the histories of closely related taxa, (1) its topology must be sufficiently resolved and robust that noteworthy phylogenetic patterns can be confidently documented, and (2) sampling of species, populations, and pertinent biological variation must be sufficiently broad that otherwise misleading sources of genetic variation can be detected. These principles are illustrated by the complex gene tree of Neochlamisus leaf beetles that I reconstructed using 90,000 bp of cytochrome oxidase I (COI) and 16S mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) sequences from over 100 specimens. Cytochrome oxidase I haplotypes varied up to 25.1% within Neochlamisus and up to 11.1% within the gibbosus species group, while exhibiting very low A + T bias for insect mtDNA (63%), low transition saturation, and conservative patterns of amino acid variation. 16S exhibited lower sequence divergences and greater A + T bias and transition saturation than COI, and substitutions were more constrained in stems than in loops. Comparisons with an earlier study of Ophraella leaf beetles highlighted conservative and labile elements of molecular evolution across genes and taxa. Cytochrome oxidase I parsimony and neighbor-joining analyses strongly supported a robust mtDNA genealogy that revealed the monophyly of Neochlamisus and of the gibbosus species group. Phylogeographic relationships suggested that the eastern U.S. gibbosus group derives from southwestern velutinus group ancestors. Haplotypes from individual velutinus group species clustered monophyletically, as expected. However, haplotypes from each of several gibbosus group taxa were polyphyletically distributed, appearing in divergent parts of the tree. 16S provided a less-resolved gibbosus group topology that was congruent with the COI tree and corroborated patterns of mitochondrial polyphyly. By subsampling haplotypes corresponding to particular species, populations, and ecological variants of gibbosus group taxa, I demonstrate that recovered topologies and genetic distances vary egregiously according to sampling regime. This study thus documents the potentially dire consequences of inadequate sampling when inferring the evolutionary history of closely related and mitochondrially polyphyletic taxa.  (+info)

A visual evoked potential correlate of global figure-ground segmentation. (6/1413)

Human observers discriminated the global orientation of a texture-defined figure which segregated from a texture surround. Global figure discriminability was manipulated through within-figure collinearity, figure-surround interaction, and figure connectedness, while the local orientation contrast at edges between figure and surround was kept constant throughout all the experiments. Visual evoked potentials (VEPs) were recorded during onset-offset stimulation in which the figure cyclically appeared and disappeared from a uniform texture background. A difference component was obtained by subtraction of offset-from onset-VEP. Two negative peaks of the difference component are found with latencies around 140-160 and 200-260 ms, respectively. Enhanced discriminability of the global figure reduced (11-25 ms) the latency of the second peak, hence indicating that the 200-260 ms component was produced by global figure-ground segmentation.  (+info)

Seeing better at night: life style, eye design and the optimum strategy of spatial and temporal summation. (7/1413)

Animals which need to see well at night generally have eyes with wide pupils. This optical strategy to improve photon capture may be improved neurally by summing the outputs of neighbouring visual channels (spatial summation) or by increasing the length of time a sample of photons is counted by the eye (temporal summation). These summation strategies only come at the cost of spatial and temporal resolution. A simple analytical model is developed to investigate whether the improved photon catch afforded by summation really improves vision in dim light, or whether the losses in resolution actually make vision worse. The model, developed for both vertebrate camera eyes and arthropod compound eyes, calculates the finest spatial detail perceivable by a given eye design at a specified light intensity and image velocity. Visual performance is calculated for the apposition compound eye of the locust, the superposition compound eye of the dung beetle and the camera eye of the nocturnal toad. The results reveal that spatial and temporal summation is extremely beneficial to vision in dim light, especially in small eyes (e.g. compound eyes), which have a restricted ability to collect photons optically. The model predicts that using optimum spatiotemporal summation the locust can extend its vision to light intensities more than 100,000 times dimmer than if it relied on its optics alone. The relative amounts of spatial and temporal summation predicted to be optimal in dim light depend on the image velocity. Animals which are sedentary and rely on seeing small, slow images (such as the toad) are predicted to rely more on temporal summation and less on spatial summation. The opposite strategy is predicted for animals which need to see large, fast images. The predictions of the model agree very well with the known visual behaviours of nocturnal animals.  (+info)

Sequencing and characterization of the citrus weevil, Diaprepes abbreviatus, trypsin cDNA. Effect of Aedes trypsin modulating oostatic factor on trypsin biosynthesis. (8/1413)

Trypsin mRNA from the citrus weevil, Diaprepes abbreviatus, was reverse transcribed and amplified by PCR. A cDNA species of 513 bp was cloned and sequenced. The 3' and 5' ends of the gene (262 bp and 237 bp, respectively) were amplified by rapid amplification of cDNA ends, cloned and sequenced. The deduced sequence of the trypsin cDNA (860 bp) encodes for 250 amino acids including 11 amino acids of activation and signal peptides and exhibited 16.8% identity to trypsin genes of selected Lepidoptera and Diptera. A three-dimensional model of Diaprepes trypsin contained two domains of beta-barrel sheets as has been found in Drosophila and Neobellieria. The catalytic active site is composed of the canonical triad of His41, Asp92 and Ser185 and a specificity pocket occupied by Asp179 with maximal activity at pH 10.4. Southern blot analysis indicated that at least two copies of the gene are encoded by Diaprepes midgut. Northern blot analysis detected a single RNA band below 1.35 kb at different larval ages (28-100 days old). The message increased with age and was most abundant at 100 days. Trypsin activity, on the other hand, reached a peak at 50 days and fell rapidly afterwards indicating that the trypsin message is probably regulated translationally. Feeding of soybean trypsin inhibitor and Aedes aegypti trypsin modulating oostatic factor affected trypsin activity and trypsin biosynthesis, respectively. These results indicate that Diaprepes regulates trypsin biosynthesis with a trypsin modulating oostatic factor-like signal.  (+info)

The Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Say)) is a significant pest of potato plants that has been controlled for more than two decades by neonicotinoid imidacloprid. L. decemlineata can develop resistance to this agent even though the molecular mechanisms underlying this resistance are not well characterized. MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are short ribonucleic acids that have been linked to response to various insecticides in several insect models. Unfortunately, the information is lacking regarding differentially expressed miRNAs following imidacloprid treatment in L. decemlineata. In this study, next-generation sequencing and quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (qRT-PCR) were used to identify modulated miRNAs in imidacloprid-treated versus untreated L. decemlineata. This approach identified 33 differentially expressed miRNAs between the two experimental conditions. Of interest, miR-282 and miR-989, miRNAs previously shown to be modulated by imidacloprid in other insects, and miR-100,
The closest permanent populations of Colorado potato beetles are found in Russia, north and south of Lake Ladoga. Occasional overwintered beetles can be found in Finland, mainly in the vicinity of the eastern border. The Colorado potato beetles that burrowed into the ground as adults come out of hibernation when the temperature of the soil exceeds 15 degrees. This usually happens at the end of June and beginning of July.. It is difficult to find single beetles, but there can be findings of several dozen adult beetles in a colony that has overwintered. The adult beetles and larvae first eat holes in the potato leaves, and later they eat the leaves completely. In this case the area has to be examined carefully for findings of adult Colorado potato beetles or egg masses. The Colorado potato beetles only eat potatoes or other solanaceae. In the home garden there are many other common insects eating the leaves of plants.. An adult Colorado potato beetle is about one centimetre long. There are 10 ...
Join us today as we learn more about the scarab beetle, why this insect can be beneficial yet destructive, and how to get rid of the scarab beetle for good. Letâ s go over how to get rid of the scarab beetle by making your own sprays, essential oils, and by utilizing companion planting in your yard. For that reason, you should always make sure to use insecticides only as directed and keep them out of reach of children and pets. Scarab beetles are also known to eat plantlife, fungi, fruit, and carrion. Remove the cap and cut the top 4 to 5 inches (right above the label) off a 2-liter plastic soda bottle. Remove dead or sick plants to minimize the feeding attraction of the property. Introduce scarab beetle traps, also called light traps, around property susceptible to damage. Scarab beetles strip trees and other plants in swarms that travel during night making them difficult to control. To get rid of carpet beetles in your home, start by thoroughly vacuuming all of your carpets and upholstered ...
Winter mortality is a major factor regulating population size of the mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Glycerol is the major cryoprotectant in this freeze intolerant insect. We report findings from a gene expression study on an overwintering mountain pine beetle population over the course of 35 weeks. mRNA transcript levels suggest glycerol production in the mountain pine beetle occurs through glycogenolytic, gluconeogenic and potentially glyceroneogenic pathways, but not from metabolism of lipids. A two-week lag period between fall glycogen phosphorylase transcript and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase transcript up-regulation suggests that gluconeogenesis serves as a secondary glycerol-production process, subsequent to exhaustion of the primary glycogenolytic source. These results provide a first look at the details of seasonal gene expression related to the production of glycerol in the mountain pine beetle.
The invention provides transgenic plants and transformed host cells which express modified cry 3B genes with enhanced toxicity to Coleopteran insects. Also disclosed are methods of making and using these transgenic plants, methods of making recombinant host cells expressing these δ-endotoxins, and methods of killing insects such as Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata), southern corn rootworm (Diabrotica undecimpunctata howardi Barber) and western corn rootworm (Diabrotica virgifera virgifera LeConte.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Identification of a female-produced sex pheromone from the southern corn rootworm, Diabrotica undecimpunctata howardi Barber. AU - Guss, P. L.. AU - Tumlinson, J. H.. AU - Sonnet, P. E.. AU - McLaughlin, J. R.. PY - 1983/9/1. Y1 - 1983/9/1. N2 - A sex pheromone has been isolated and identified from virgin females of the southern corn rootworm (SCR), Diabrotica undecimpunctata howardi Barber. The synthesized compound, 10-methyl-2-tridecanone was shown to be attractive to males of the SCR, and also to males of D. u. undecimpunctata Mannerheim, the western spotted cucumber beetle (WSCB), and of D. u. duodecimnotata in Mexico. Males of both the SCR and the WSCB strongly preferred the R over the S enantiomer. The resolved enantiomers were not tested against D. u. duodecimnotata.. AB - A sex pheromone has been isolated and identified from virgin females of the southern corn rootworm (SCR), Diabrotica undecimpunctata howardi Barber. The synthesized compound, 10-methyl-2-tridecanone was ...
Colorado potato beetle. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the larva of a Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata). This agricultural pest hatches from an egg laid on the underside of a potato leaf, and begins to feed. Once fully grown after 2-3 weeks, it burrows into the soil and transforms into a pupa which survives the winter. The adult beetle emerges in the spring to feed on newly sprouted potato plants before female beetles lay more eggs. Magnification unknown. - Stock Image Z330/0280
Their biology is not well-known, but is similar to that of some of our other large scarabs, such as ox beetles and Eastern Hercules beetles. The adult beetle lives for approximately four to six months and is usually active this time of year. These are small beetles. Common names: Rhinoceros beetles, Hercules beetles and Ox beetles. Jun 6, 2019 Beetle gains faster because it takes damage as well was does damage. Other common names - some for particular groups of rhinoceros beetles - include Hercules beetles, unicorn beetles or horn beetles.Over 1500 species and 225 genera of rhinoceros beetles are known. In the wild, they are primarily an insectivorous species with termites and dung beetles making up 80 percent of their natural diet. Eastern Hercules Beetle Pet Wallin, 2003) The only Hercules beetle species in Kentucky is the Eastern Hercules Beetle , Dynastes tityus , which is the largest beetle in this part Keeping pet beetles and their larvae is generally easy to do, when you know what they ...
Other rhinoceros beetles either have a single horn on their head, or 3+ horns protruding from different areas of the exoskeleton. The beetles have one horn located at its head. Rhinoceros beetles are also called Hercules beetles, horn beetles, rhino beetles and unicorn beetles. While most of the scarab species make spherical dung balls, which are used as food or as brooding chambers; some others live in the dung itself. With around 22,000 facets, rhinoceros beetles have very good vision compared to other night-time insects. Oryctes rhinoceros . The American rhinoceros beetle (Xyloryctes jamaicensis) is a dark brown scarab a little more than 25 mm (1 inch) long. Largest Beetle in the World Dynastes hercules, hercules Fly like a Helicopter! Rhinoceros beetles and other members of the subfamily Dynastinae are usually convex and rounded in shape (similar to lady beetles in shape, but much larger). Interesting Facts about Rhinoceros Beetles. Dynastinae or rhinoceros beetles are a subfamily of the ...
Bean leaf beetle injury to soybean seedlings (two plants). Where do bean leaf beetles spend the winter? Bean leaf beetle adults overwinter throughout the Midwest primarily beneath leaf litter in woodlots surrounding soybean fields. Dr. Larry Pedigo, professor of entomology, Iowa State University, reports that approximately 80% of adults spend the winter in wooded areas, 20% beneath soybean residue in fields, and fewer than 1% in protected areas of alfalfa stands, cornfields, and other grassy areas. Bean leaf beetle adults become active in April and are commonly observed in stands of alfalfa. While in alfalfa, some feeding and egg laying takes place; however, bean leaf beetles are not considered to be of any economic importance to this crop. When do bean leaf beetle adults abandon alfalfa? As the first cutting of alfalfa is taking place and the earliest-planted soybean fields begin to emerge, bean leaf beetle adults leave alfalfa and colonize soybeans. Females that fly to soybean fields have ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Penetration of Steinernematid nematodes (Nematoda. T2 - Steinernematidae) into Japanese beetle larvae, Popillia japonica (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). AU - Cui, Liwang. AU - Gaugler, Randy. AU - Wang, Yi. PY - 1993/1/1. Y1 - 1993/1/1. N2 - Penetration of infective juveniles of Steinernema glaseri and Steinernema carpocapsae into Japanese beetle larvae, Popillia japonica, was compared using external exposure and injection methods. Steinernematids entered the grubs through the mouth and anus, but not through the spiracles or cuticle. For all treatments, S. glaseri had higher levels of penetration than S. carpocapsae. Penetration of the gut by orally injected nematodes began 4-6 hr postinoculation. All regions of the gut were penetrated, with more than 82% of all penetrating nematodes invading the host hemocoel via the midgut. Gastric cecae were important sites for nematode penetration. Penetration sites of anally injected nematodes were the rectal sac of the hindgut. Penetration ...
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This is Cicindela scutellaris (festive tiger beetle), one of the six species of tiger beetles that we found last September at Monroe Canyon in the Pine Ridge area of northwestern Nebraska. The red elytra and green head and pronotum are characteristic of nominotypical populations of this species that are found in sandy habitats throughout the Great Plains. This is your classic tiger beetle in a classic tiger beetle pose; however, photographs such as this are not so easy to come by. The biggest challenge is the beetle itself - rarely are they so accommodating to allow this nice lateral profile perspective with the head slightly cocked towards the camera while standing up on their front legs. This posture is seen only when the beetles are warm and active, and warm beetles are skittish beetles that yield lots of not-as-interesting back shots (head directed away from the camera) as they persistently run away from the photographer. Cooler temperatures make them less skittish and easier to approach ...
Wherever we find many species of tiger beetles living together, we also find many birds, butterflies, dragonflies, and other species. In this way, tiger beetles can help us understand which areas of land are most important to save or protect.. In many parts of the world the species that are there have not been studied or dont even have official names yet. For example, it takes years to know how many bird species are in an area. Tiger beetles, however, are very obvious and easy to identify wherever they are. Because of this they have been studied so much around the world that even in the middle of the Amazonian forest we can quickly count how many species of tiger beetles are there.. If we want an actual estimate of the number of species of birds, butterflies, and other animals that are in an area, tiger beetles can help us yet again. Knowing the number of tiger beetle species in an area can help us estimate species numbers for other animals. This saves us the time and money it would take to ...
Sunburst Diving Beetles are black with bright yellow spots. The spots warn predators that they can protect themselves by releasing a chemical that tastes bad. Sunburst Diving Beetles are also called Spotted Diving Beetles. They are small beetles. Adults grow to approximately 1/2 of an inch in length. They have a pair of thin antennae and three pairs of legs. Their back legs have a thick fringe of hairs to enable strong swimming. The females are slightly larger than the males. The males also have suction disks on each foreleg.. Sunburst Diving Beetles breathe oxygen but they spend much of their time underwater. Adults are able to do this by creating a bubble of air that they take underwater. While floating on the water the Sunburst Diving Beetle will tip its abdomen up in the air and gather the air under their wing covers to use them like the air tanks human scuba divers use. They can stay submerged for several minutes. Larvae have a siphon like a snorkel coming out of the end of their bodies ...
The Salt Creek tiger beetle, Cicindela nevadica lincolniana, is a critically endangered subspecies of tiger beetle endemic to the saline wetlands of northern Lancaster County, Nebraska, adjacent to and immediately to the north of the city of Lincoln. It is a predatory insect, using its mandibles to catch other insects. The beetle is one of the rarest insects in North America; surveys showed that 194 adults existed in 2009, down from 263 in 2008, and 777 in 2000. However, efforts are continuing to boost the population, which in 2013 numbered 365 beetles: one beetle for each day in a regular year. The Salt Creek tiger beetle measures about 12 mm (0.5 in.) in length. The beetle has a metallic brown to dark olive green coloration, with a dark metallic green underside. Its body form and color pattern differs from other tiger beetle subspecies. Little is known about the life cycle of the Salt Creek tiger beetle. Adults emerge around June 1 and disappear five or six weeks later; populations peak about ...
It is still likely that new Colorado beetle infestations will be found. The longer the warm weather continues, the faster the multiplication and spread of the beetle will be. In addition, the Colorado beetles will spread into new areas with the air flows from any possible thunderstorm fronts.. Eviras monitoring teams are continuing the surveys in the areas of Southeast Finland and North Karelia for the time being. Any potential sightings or suspected infestations of Colorado beetles are to be reported to Eviras plant protection service or to the TE-centres plant protection inspector. The general emergency phone number for reporting the findings is 0400 442 209.. Additional information for reporting of any findings and photos and information about the Colorado potato beetle may be found on Eviras web pages at the address: For additional information ...
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latidens, Ips pini, Pseudips mexicanus) were also detected in small numbers at several sites. Other potentially damaging bark beetles, also collected in small numbers, included Dendroctonus species such as the red turpentine beetle (D. valens), western pine beetle (D. brevicomis), and even mountain pine beetle (D. ponderosae). Although samples are still being processed, the remainder of beetles collected appear to be secondary bark beetles, which typically only infest already dead or dying trees. All bark beetles examined thus far are native to Oregon, and such a wide diversity is not unexpected. However, the historical distribution of beetles such as the pine engraver (Ips pini), as well as the western and mountain pine beetle, does not typically include the Valley. These beetles are adapted to the warmer, drier climates of eastern and southwest Oregon. The small number detected in the survey suggests that they likely originated from some type of wood product being moved to/through the Valley, ...
Asenjo A. 2007. First record of Creophilus maxillosus (Linnaeus), 1758 (Staphylinidae) for Peru. The Coleopterists Bulletin 61: 551-551.. Augul RS, Al-Saffar HH, Ali HB, Rassoul MA. 2015. First record of hairy rove beetle, Creophilus maxillosus (Linnaeus), 1758 (Coleoptera; Staphylinidae) for Iraq. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Science 4: 82-85.. Brunke A, Newton A, Klimaszewski J, Majka C, Marshall S. 2011. Staphylinidae of eastern Canada and adjacent United States. Key to subfamilies: Staphylininae: tribes and subtribes, and species of Staphylinina. Canadian Journal of Arthropod Identification 12: 1-110.. Evans AV. 2014. Beetles of Eastern North America. Princeton: Princeton University Press.. Frątczak K, Matuszewski S. 2014. Instar determination in forensically useful beetles Necrodes littoralis (Silphidae) and Creophilus maxillosus (Staphylinidae). Forensic Science International 241: 20-26.. Greene GL. 1996. Rearing techniques for Creophilus maxillosus ...
We are ready to research the Bornean Firefly Larva, though we cannot discount that it might be a Netwing Beetle Larvae. Eric Eaton says the way to tell the difference it to introduce a snail. If the beetle larva eats the snail, it is a Firefly Larva. If it prefers fungus, it is a Netwing Beetle Larva. We imagine that there may also be snail and fungus specificity in the preferences. Here is an example from The Flying Kiwi of a Larviform female Netwing Beetle from Viet Nam, and here is another example of a Netwing Beetle and The Flying Kiwis, AKA Richard Seamans, written account: I didnt notice that this one in Malaysia was glowing, but it turns out that both this and the Vietnamese firefly arent fireflies at all, theyre actually the larvae of net-winged beetles in the genus Duliticola, otherwise known as trilobite larvae because of their prehistoric shape; the one you see here is Duliticola hoiseni. The drops of liquid on this ones back look like they are some toxic substance exuded ...
Insecticides- A number of insecticides are available to kill Japanese beetles. by spraying the affected plants with Japanese beetle killer withn ingredients such as carbaryl or pyrethrin). Pyrethrin-based insecticide is a safe and effective way to control these pests on vegetables, grapes, raspberries, flowers, roses, trees and shrubs. In addition to controlling Japanese beetles, it also controls cucumber beetles, flea beetles, cabbageworms, and more. As soon as you notice beetles, begin spraying. The beetles release chemicals called pheromones into the air. These pheromones attract other beetles. So if you see a few of the bugs, theyll probably attract more. Get rid of Japanese beetles early, before they can invite more of their friends to feed on your plants. ...
RESISTANCE ASSAY METHODS. In the field, insecticide resistance can be observed as little or no reduction in the density of beetle populations and their damage to potato plants following insecticide application (assuming that other possible reasons, such as poor timing or malfunctioning spray equipment, could be ruled out). In the laboratory, resistance can be measured as an increase in the dose (LD50) or concentration (LC50) of the toxin required to kill 50% of the exposed population. LD50 values are used when the exact dose received by each tested insect is known (e.g., when a droplet of the known volume of the known concentration of insecticide solution is applied topically to an insect). LC50 values are used when the exact dose is not known (e.g., when an insect feeds on the leaf treated with the known concentration of insecticide solution, but the exact amount of ingested material is not measured). Bioassays normally consist of preparing serial dilutions of tested chemicals and then applying ...
Many livestock producers are unaware that herd management practices influence the effectiveness of dung beetles. Dung beetles are important to healthy cattle pasture ecosystems as they provide for nutrient recycling, removal of waste products from the soil surface and assist in the reduction of pestiferous flies.. Numerous exotic dung beetles have been accidentally or intentionally introduced to the North American continent and several of these have become established.. In Indigenous and Exotic Dung Beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae and Geotrupidae) Collected in Florida Cattle Pastures, which will appear in the next issue of Annals of the Entomological Society of America, entomologists from the University of Florida surveyed for the presence and distribution of dung beetles on four cattle farms in north central Florida over a 3.5-yr period, and they identified 39 species from 20 genera, with a total of 62,320 beetles collected in traps.. Although most were natives, six exotic species were ...
Beetles make up the largest category of insects in the world, accounting for approximately 25% of all life forms on earth. In fact, there are more than 5 million different species of beetles.. Beetles are easily identified by their hard outer shell, which covers their wings. Their wings are exposed only during flight. A beetles body consists of three sections: a head, a thorax, and an abdomen.. Several types of beetles feed on wood. This can cause a lot of damage to wood structures primarily because while the wood is being eaten, the beetles remain unseen. This is true of Powder Post Beetles, Old House Borer Beetles, Bark Beetles, Citrus Long-Horned Beetles, Asian beetles, and other species. Powder Post Beetles, among others, grow from eggs that are laid in the wood. Another species of beetle, the Citrus Long-Horned Beetle, was introduced into the United States as recently as 1999, and is currently without any natural enemies. Although not known as yet, the damage they will create is expected ...
Typical for the ancient beetle suborder Adephaga to which they belong, they have paired pygidial glands in the lower back of the abdomen. These are well developed in ground beetles, and produce noxious or even caustic secretions used to deter would-be predators. In some, commonly known as bombardier beetles, these secretions are mixed with volatile compounds and ejected by a small combustion, producing a loud popping sound and a cloud of hot and acrid gas which can injure small mammals, such as shrews, and is liable to kill invertebrate predators outright. To humans, getting bombed by a bombardier beetle is a decidedly unpleasant experience. This ability has evolved independently twice as it seems - in the flanged bombardier beetles (Paussinae) which are among the most ancient ground beetles, and in the typical bombardier beetles (Brachininae) which are part of a more modern lineage. The Anthiini, though, can mechanically squirt their defensive secretions for considerable distances and are ...
Yoon JS, Kim K, Palli SR. 2020. Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology. 23(4):1160-1164.. Despite extensive research during the past decade elucidating the mechanism of RNA interference (RNAi) in insects, it is not clear how ingested or injected double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) triggers RNAi response in the whole body or even its progeny, which is referred to as systemic RNAi. In the present study, we aim to understand how the dsRNA delivered into cells causes systemic RNAi using Colorado potato beetle cells (Lepd-SL1). We first tested if dsRNA treatment induces systemic RNAi in Lepd-SL1 cells. Exposure of a new batch of Lepd-SL1 cells to the conditioned medium where Lepd-SL1 cells treated with dsRNA targeting inhibitor of apoptosis were grown for 6 h induced apoptosis in these new batch of cells. We hypothesized the exosomes in the conditioned medium are responsible for RNAi-inducing effect. To test this hypothesis, we isolated exosomes from the conditioned medium from Lepd-SL1 cells that had been ...
Hello my daughter and boyfriend have been making some new beds in their garden this weekend and on one side of the lawn where they cut the new bed they have noticed what we believe to be scarab beetle larvae.
Hello my daughter and boyfriend have been making some new beds in their garden this weekend and on one side of the lawn where they cut the new bed they have noticed what we believe to be scarab beetle larvae.
Cigarette and drugstore beetles are often confused with one another. Adult beetles are rounded in profile, oval shaped, light-brown color, 1/16-1/8 inch-long. A hood-like shield (prothorax) encloses and conceals the head when viewed from above. The femora of each hind leg retracts into a groove in hind coxa. These beetles can be distinguished by the grooving on the wing covers and by their antennal shape. The drugstore beetles wing covers possess distinct striae, or grooves, and its antennae are clubbed with three elongated and broadened segments at the tips. The wing covers of cigarette beetles are very smooth, without distinct grooves; and the antennal segments are sawlike, or serrate. Drugstore beetles are 1/16 to 1/8 inch long. they are brown, and their elytra have distinct rows of pits. Their antennae end with a loose, three-segmented club. Compared to the cigarette beetle the body is thinner and pronotum is more pronounced. Cigarette beetles are 1/16 to 1/8 inch long and brown, the elytra
Asian Longhorned Beetles currently affect New York, Brooklyn, Long Island and Chicago. Many of the species of trees in the northeastern United States are susceptible to attack by these beetles. Scientists and entomologists have developed different avenues to dissuade further attacks and infestation of the Asian Longhorned Beetle.. One complication in treating these infestations is due to the beetles dormant periods. For a pesticide to work, it will need to be sprayed repeatedly over an infested area in order to be effective across the beetles different life stages. One such pesticide allegedly killed bees in portions of Europe and is no longer used. Natural methods, such as the introduction of a species of beetle that preys on the Asian Longhorned Beetle, are currently under research and development. Another avenue under research is identification of chemical pheromones that attract male Asian longhorned beetles to females in order to develop traps.. ...
Colorado potato beetles are a dreaded pest of potatoes all over the world. Now, scientists from the Max Planck Institutes of Molecular Plant Physiology in Potsdam-Golm and Chemical Ecology in Jena have shown that potato plants can be protected from herbivory using RNA interference (RNAi ...
Booking a place is required to attend - this ensures equipment and resources will be available.. Mark Telfer (Bedfordshire) and John Walters (Devon). The seventh annual ground beetle workshop will help beginners and experts alike to find and identify British and Irish carabids. The programme will start with a brief talk covering new topics of interest, followed by an identification session helping beginners to identify carabids to genus, as well as providing tuition on some of the more difficult genera for more advanced carabidologists. We can cover the key techniques (carding, dissection, and handling carabids for field identification) and cover any identification problems, with a little prior notice. For more information about finding and identifying ground beetles see ...
Adults spend the winter buried 8 to 10 inches deep in the soil, emerging in time to feed on the first foliage of early potatoes. They are wide, convex beetles, 1/2″ long, with alternating black and yellow stripes. Females lay up to 20 batches each of orange-yellow eggs in groups on the underside of the leaves, over 4 to 5 weeks. The eggs hatch into humpbacked, purplish-red larvae, with 2 rows of black dots along each side. These larvae eat voraciously, often entirely consuming the leaves. When full-grown they descend into a spherical cell in the ground, transform to a yellowish pupa, and in 5 to 10 days new adults emerge to feed and lay eggs for the second generation.. How to Manage Colorado Potato Beetles ...
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Agriculture scientist Dr Matthew Cock, chief scientist for Cabi, a UK-based agri-environment research organisation, lists some of the biggest biological threats to global food security. Pests like desert locust, western corn root worm (Diabrotica virgifera virgifera), the Khapra beetle (Trogoderma granarium), mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) and colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata) are suggested together with plant diseases, causing famine in the past: potato blight (Phytophthora infestans), or big economic losses in agricultural production: wheat stem rust strain Ug99 (Puccinia graminis tritici), South American rubber blight (Microcyclus ulei) and cofee wilt disease (Fusarium xylarioides).The original article (BBC News) was cited also by IPM in the South (18 Jan 2012). Please note:Posts are only brief summaries - click the title or Show original at the bottom of the box, to see the original article. Usually also a photo is interactive, just like links in the text are
Macrolophus pygmaeus Rambur (Hemiptera: Miridae) and Adalia bipunctata (L.) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) are two predatory insects commonly used as biological control agents. In order to determine the incidence with which both species attack an...
In hairy wet attachment systems, the role of the secretion still remains unclear. It has already been shown that the presence of the fluid is required for generating adhesion in insect adhesive pads. For example, as shown in 1970, attachment was impaired when hairy pads of the bug Rhodnius prolixus were treated with organic solvents (Edwards & Tarkanian 1970). In 1980, experiments with beetles on various substrates also strongly suggested that cohesive forces, surface tension and molecular adhesion, mediated by pad secretion, may be involved in the mechanism of attachment (Stork 1980). It was inferred from experiments (Wallentin et al. 1999; Gorb 2001) that the secretion induces a viscous resistance to detachment of the pad from the substrate and a capillary attraction that applies both before and during detachment (static and dynamic processes). Later, on the scale of individual seta terminal plates, experiments conducted on the fly Calliphora vicina using multiple local force-volume atomic ...
Relatively little is known about the genomic basis and evolution of wood-feeding in beetles. We undertook genome sequencing and annotation, gene expression assays, studies of plant cell wall degrading enzymes, and other functional and comparative studies of the Asian longhorned beetle, Anoplophora glabripennis, a globally significant invasive species capable of inflicting severe feeding damage on many important tree species. Complementary studies of genes encoding enzymes involved in digestion of woody plant tissues or detoxification of plant allelochemicals were undertaken with the genomes of 14 additional insects, including the newly sequenced emerald ash borer and bull-headed dung beetle. The Asian longhorned beetle genome encodes a uniquely diverse arsenal of enzymes that can degrade the main polysaccharide networks in plant cell walls, detoxify plant allelochemicals, and otherwise facilitate feeding on woody plants. It has the metabolic plasticity needed to feed on diverse plant species,
The poison from the Colorado potato beetle is needed to quickly eliminate the pest that can destroy the crop. Learn about the different groups of pest control agents.
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This isnt a good shop, it is still my own . Dung beetles are beetles that feed partly or exclusively on feces. All of these species belong to the superfamily Scarabaeoidea; most of them to the subfamilies Scarabaeinae and Aphodiinae of the family Scarabaeidae. This beetle can also be referred to as the scarab beetle. As most species of Scarabaeinae feed exclusively on feces, that…
This shows a micro-CT scan of a live, one-week-old male Colorado Potato Beetle. It was placed in a sort of suspended animation using carbon dioxide, was scanned using a micro-CT scan and then recovered fully.
Leptinotarsa decemlineata is a common pest of solanaceae crops, especially potato, but also eggplant, tomato, pepper and tobacco. The adults appear from hibernation in May, feed on young leaves for 5-10 days, mate, and then immediately start with oviposition. Over a period of 4-5 weeks, each female lays up to ca. 1,000 eggs in clusters of 20-50 on the undersides of leaves. The larvae hatch 3-14 days later. They molt three times, and the four larval instars last 2-4 weeks. The larvae drop to the soil where they build a round cell up to 20 cm deep to pupate there. Pupation lasts a further two weeks, but the completely-developed beetles stay in the soil at least one more week before emerging. Only a few of them use their ability to fly to find new food sources. There are 1-3 generations each year. In October, the adults burrow 20-40 cm (7.87 - 15.75 inch) deep into the soil, where they overwinter.. ...
Carcass beetles - family Trogidae. *Skin/hide beetles - family Dermestidae. Hide beetles are important in the final stages of ... Rove beetles - family Staphylinidae - are elongate beetles with small elytra (wing covers) and large jaws. Like other beetles ... Scarab beetles - family Scarabaeidae- Scarab beetles may be any one of around 30,000 beetle species worldwide that are compact ... Beetles[edit]. Beetles (Order Coleoptera) are generally found on the corpse when it is more decomposed.[16] In drier conditions ...
These include moths, beetles,[1] cockroaches,[2][3] rats,[4] dogfish sharks,[5] mice[6] and pigeons.[6] ... In 2009, remote control of the flight movements of the Cotinus texana and the much larger Mecynorrhina torquata beetles has ... "Controllable Cyborg Beetles for Swarming Search and Rescue". IEEE Spectrum: Technology, Engineering, and Science News. 28 ... "Remote-Control Cyborg Beetles Now Flying With Greater Precision". Popular Science. Retrieved 5 December 2017.. ...
The closest living relatives of the ground beetles are the false ground beetles (Trachypachidae) and the wrinkled bark beetles ... Ground beetles are a large, cosmopolitan family of beetles,[2] Carabidae, with more than 40,000 species worldwide, around 2,000 ... Ground beetles and tiger beetles". Tree of Life Web Project. Retrieved July 24, 2008.. ... rendering the beetles unable to fly. The genus Mormolyce is known as violin beetles due to their peculiarly shaped elytra. All ...
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Time Beetle[edit]. The "Time Beetle", which was responsible for the creation of the alternate universe, was described in the ... Russell T Davies explicitly links the Time Beetle to this villain from Sarah Jane, and in Doctor Who Confidential, a clip from ... The beetle falls off Donna's back and dies and the fortune teller runs away in terrified fear. Donna recalls Rose's message was ... As she makes this new choice, a large beetle working for the Trickster attaches itself to her back and she loses consciousness ...
Small hive beetle[edit]. Main article: Small hive beetle. Comb slimed[when defined as?] by hive beetle larvae: Hives infested ... Aethina tumida is a small, dark-colored beetle that lives in beehives. Originally from Africa, the first discovery of small ... Several pesticides are currently used against the small hive beetle. The chemical fipronil (marketed as Combat Roach Gel [9]) ... The lifecycle of this beetle includes pupation in the ground outside of the hive. Controls to prevent ants from climbing into ...
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Beetles live mostly in forests, along lakes, swamps and feed on willow and Populus. They are found in most of Europe, Mongolia ... The length of the beetles varies from 6.5 to 9.2 mm. Both larvae and adults feed on the leaves of its host plants, especially ... larva pupa empty pupa imago Wright, Richard (2016). "Beetles". British Wildlife. 28 (2): 133-5. ISSN 0958-0956. BioLib Culex. ... Chrysomela vigintipunctata or spotted willow leaf beetle (Russian: Двадцатиточечный листоед - translated as the 20-spotted leaf ...
These beetles are considered a pest. The larvae live and develop in 1-2 years. They feed on the inflorescence of the Chinese ... Beetles. G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York, NY. Castelnau F. (1840) Histoire Naturelle des Insectes Coléoptères. Avec une ... Megasoma anubis is a species of beetles belonging to the family Scarabaeidae. Megasoma anubis can reach a length of about 90 ... Mounted specimen from Brazil Catalogue of life Generic Guide to New World Scarab Beetles - Megasoma anubis M. R. Moore Key to ...
Prey species include bugs; beetles; moths; winged ants; grasshoppers; locusts; lacewings and mantids. Breeding usually takes ...
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... , the fig longhorn, is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Johan Christian ... Wright, Richard (2016). "Beetles". British Wildlife. 28 (2): 133-5. ISSN 0958-0956. v t e. ...
The tiger beetle family are generally the fastest running beetles because of their long legs. This could also be used as a ... C. tuberculata is also part of the only beetle family (tiger beetles) that are capable of instantaneous flight and there is a ... The adult beetle is approximately 2.5 cm long, and is greenish in colour with yellow markings on the side of the elytra. It ... Tiger beetle genera are very similar in colour and because of this they can be hard to identify, with the main difference ...
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... is a family of sap, bark and fungus beetles in the order Coleoptera with a wide global distribution. The type ... 2002). American Beetles, Volume II: Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press. Kellogg, Vernon L. (1905). ... Blatchley, W.S. (1910). An illustrated descriptive catalogue of the Coleoptera, beetles (exclusive of the Rhynchophora) known ... Lawrence, John F.; Slipinski, Adam (2013). Australian Beetles. Volume I. Morphology, Classification and Keys. CSIRO. pp. 325- ...
Various insects attack dry food products, with flour beetles, the drugstore beetle, the sawtoothed grain beetle and the ... Furniture beetles, carpet beetles and clothes moths are also capable of creating great damage to museum exhibits, zoological ... Furniture beetles mainly attack the sapwood of both hard and soft wood, only attacking the heartwood when it is modified by ... Carpet beetles and clothes moths cause non-structural damage to property such as clothing and carpets. It is the larvae that ...
... , the prickly scalehunter, is a species of lady beetle in the family Coccinellidae. It is found in North America ... 2002). American Beetles, Volume II: Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press. Capinera, John L., ed. (2008). ... American Beetles. vol. 2, Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press. pp. 371-389. ISBN 0-8493-0954-9. ,volume ... has extra text (help) White, Richard E. (1998) [1983]. A Field Guide to the Beetles of North America (Peterson Field Guides). ...
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... is a species of dusky lady beetle in the family Coccinellidae. It is found in North America. "Nephus ... American Beetles. 2: Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press. pp. 371-389. ISBN 0-8493-0954-9. White, ... 2002). American Beetles, Volume II: Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press. ISBN 978-0849309540. Casey, ... Richard E. (1998) [1983]. A Field Guide to the Beetles of North America (Peterson Field Guides). Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. ...
... , the "parasitic flat bark beetles," are a family of beetles notable for being one of the very few beetle families ... Some lignicolous beetle larvae from India and Borneo. Records of the Indian Museum 12: 137-175. Thomas, M.C. 2002. Family 81. ... American Beetles. Vol. 2. Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press, Boca Raton. xiv + 861pp. Burckhardt, D ... Adults are small to moderate sized beetles, 3-35mm, with heavily sclerotized bodies that are either dorso-ventrally compressed ...
... is a tribe of death-watch beetles in the family Ptinidae. There are at least 6 genera and 20 described species in ... American Beetles. 2: Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press. pp. 245-260. ISBN 0-8493-0954-9. Philips, T. ... 2002). American Beetles, Volume II: Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press. ISBN 978-0849309540. Borowski, ... White, Richard E. (1998) [1983]. A Field Guide to the Beetles of North America (Peterson Field Guides). Houghton Mifflin ...
"Blister beetle dermatitis," a term more properly used for the different dermatitis caused by cantharidin from blister beetles, ... They are also sometimes called "blister beetle", although rove beetles such as P. melampus are in a different family ( ... beetle that causes severe pain when caught in the eye Blister beetle dermatitis List of cutaneous conditions Carpet beetle ... Rove beetles do not bite or sting but cause skin irritations and blisters when accidentally brushed or crushed against the skin ...
American Beetles. 2: Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press. pp. 245-260. ISBN 0-8493-0954-9. White, ... 2002). American Beetles, Volume II: Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press. ISBN 978-0849309540. Borowski, ... Hadrobregmus denticollis is a species of death-watch beetle in the family Anobiidae. "Hadrobregmus denticollis". GBIF. ... Richard E. (1998) [1983]. A Field Guide to the Beetles of North America (Peterson Field Guides). Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. ...
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"Science: The Australian beetle that behaves like a bee". New Scientist. 1992-05-09. Retrieved 2010-10-31. D. S. Kent & J. A. ... Unlike most ambrosia beetles, it infests healthy, undamaged trees. A. incompertus is local to Australia, and has been confirmed ... These beetles appear to be the oldest farming creatures, having domesticated fungi nearly 90 million years ago.[failed ... Like other ambrosia beetles, A. incompertus lives in nutritional symbiosis with ambrosia fungi. They excavate tunnels in living ...
American Beetles. Vol. 2. Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press, Boca Raton. xiv + 861pp. Thomas, M. C., ... The flat bark beetles of Florida (Laemophloeidae, Passandridae, Silvanidae). Arthropods of Florida and Neighboring Land Areas ... Coleoptera, Beetles. Vol. 2: Morphology and Systematics (Elateroidea, Bostrichiformia, Cucujiformia partim). Handbook of ... Laemophloeidae, "lined flat bark beetles," is a family in the superfamily Cucujoidea characterized by predominantly dorso- ...
... is a genus of death-watch beetles in the family Ptinidae. There is at least one described species in Ctenobium, C. ... American Beetles. 2: Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press. pp. 245-260. ISBN 0-8493-0954-9. White, ... 2002). American Beetles, Volume II: Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press. ISBN 978-0849309540. Borowski, ... Arango, Rachel A.; Young, Daniel K. (2012). "beetles of Wisconsin (Coleoptera: Ptinidae)" (PDF). General Technical Report FPL- ...
... , "silvan flat bark beetles", is a family of beetles in the superfamily Cucujoidea, consisting of 68 described genera ... the sawtoothed grain beetle, and O. mercator (Fauvel), the merchant grain beetle), and several others that are sporadic pests ... American Beetles. Vol. 2. Polyphaga: Scarabaeoidea through Curculionoidea. CRC Press, Boca Raton. xiv + 861pp. Thomas, M. C., ... A new Bolivian silvanid beetle from the myrmecodomatia of Cordia. Psyche 35: 167-168. Halstead, D.G.H. 1993. Keys for the ...
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The drugstore beetle (Stegobium paniceum), also known as the bread beetle or biscuit beetle, is a tiny, brown beetle that can ... The drugstore beetle is also known as the biscuit or bread beetle since it can happily live on biscuit or bread crumbs. ... The drugstore beetles larvae are small, white grubs, that can be distinguished from the grubs of the cigarette beetle by their ... Mark, Field Guide for the Management of Structure Infesting Beetles, Volume II: Stored Product Beetle/Occasional & ...
The deathwatch beetle, Xestobium rufovillosum, is a woodboring beetle. The adult beetle is 7 millimetres (0.28 in) long, while ... The beetle was referenced in Mark Twains 1876 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: "Next the ghastly ticking of a deathwatch in the ... In 1995 Alice Hoffman referenced the deathwatch beetle in her novel "Practical Magic" as an omen of death whenever anyone hears ... In 1838 Henry David Thoreau published an essay mentioning the deathwatch beetle. It is possible that this essay influenced ...
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These include longicorns, lady beetles, rove beetles, dung and carrion beetles, click beetles, leaf chewers and chafers. ... jewel beetles, water beetles, weevils and carabs (ground beetles such as the green carab beetle). We have chosen these because ... Beautiful beetles. Beetles are out and about at this time of year and this summer beetle guide includes information and ... Ground beetle (carabs). Another one of the major families of beetles, the ground beetles (Carabidae) has about 2500 species in ...
... sawtoothed grain beetles, merchant grain beetles, shiny spider beetles and American spider beetles. By feeding on the grain and ... The list includes: foreign grain beetles, red flour beetles, confused flour beetle, rice weevils, granary weevils, ... Grain beetles dont just eat grain and flour. Theyll snack on a wide variety of foodstuffs including cereals, cornmeal, ... Look for six teeth on each side of the insects bodies resembling a saw, a mark of both sawtoothed and merchant grain beetles. ...
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... a beetle known as the coffee berry borer is threatening many coffee crops in new places around the world. ... But since the 1980s, the beetle has gradually spread to every coffee-growing region except Hawaii, Nepal, and Papua New Guinea ... Tags: coffee berry borer beetle, climate change, Environment, Yale Environment 360, David Doody, ... She and her collaborators recently identified the temperature range in which the beetle can survive. They found that the ...
"Dung beetle" refers to beetles whose lives are intertwined with dung, but the term is not exclusively a taxonomic one. True, ... but the name is also applied loosely to any beetle that makes its living in dung. Researching the dung beetle is like ... Antlions Ants Aphids Arachnids Barklice Bees Beetles Butterflies Caddisflies Caterpillars Cicadas Crickets Damselflies ... The BugLady has been wanting to do an episode about Bess beetles for a long time, but she didnt have a picture of one (many ...
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Welcome to the American burying beetle species page. Here you will find species information/descriptions, information on recent ... This large beetle is about 1.5 inches long.. Status: The American burying beetle was listed as an endangered species in 1989 ( ... Beetles overwinter in the adult stage.. Of principal importance to the beetles and their young is burial of the food resource, ... American burying beetle (Nicrophorus americanus). Family: Silphidae. Description: The American burying beetle is a large black ...
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dung beetle (plural dung beetles) *A type of beetle of the family Scarabaeidae noted for rolling dung into balls for use as ... The Dung Beetle Bandits. , London: Raintree Publishers, →ISBN:. Some dung beetles, called rollers, use their back legs to roll ... What do dung beetles do? Adults and larvae of dung beetles feed only on dung and therefore are not a threat to the environment ... Farmers and ranchers need dung beetles to keep their pastures clean. Dung beetles clear away 80 percent of the cow manure in ...
mealworm beetle (plural mealworm beetles). *A species of darkling beetle (or darkening beetle), Tenebrio molitor, in the family ... Retrieved from "" ...
rove beetles (Staphylinidae), scarab beetles (Scarabaeidae), blister beetles (Meloidae), stag beetles (Lucanidae), and true ... ground beetles (Carabidae), predacious diving beetles (Dytiscidae) and whirligig beetles (Gyrinidae). In these beetles the ... Asian long-horned beetle*. Citrus long-horned beetle Beneficial organisms. *Both the larvae and adults of some lady beetles ( ... The larvae of many beetle families are predatory like the adults (ground beetles, lady beetles, rove beetles). The larval ...
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  • carpet beetle Urbana, Illinois Little Anthrenus beetles are one of the most common insects across the northern hemisphere. (
  • Coleoptera is the group classification given to insects collectively known as beetles and are one of the largest orders of living organisms on the planet. (
  • Lady beetles, often called ladybugs or ladybirds, are some of the most commonly known beneficial insects. (
  • Lady beetles, both adults and larvae, are known primarily as predators of aphids, but they prey also on many other pests such as soft-scale insects, mealybugs, spider mites and eggs of the Colorado Potato Beetle and European Corn Borer. (
  • Beetles belong to the Class Insecta, and are the most abundant of all insects. (
  • Look for six teeth on each side of the insects' bodies resembling a saw, a mark of both sawtoothed and merchant grain beetles. (
  • Beetles are the most diverse group of insects . (
  • Like all insects, beetles are segmented organisms, and all three of the major sections of the body may themselves be composed of several further segments, although these are not always readily discernable. (
  • She points to beetles' ability to metamorphose--a trait shared by many insects--when considering their environmental flexibility. (
  • All Lady Beetles are beneficial insects. (
  • Two of the insects were wrapped in linen inside a rectangular limestone sarcophagus decorated with paintings of large black beetles considered sacred in ancient Egypt. (
  • Insects on this list include the gypsy moth , the Japanese beetle , the hemlock woolly adelgid and the European elm bark beetle . (
  • Blister beetles are common insects found feeding on the flowers and foliage of various plants. (
  • Singling out a beetle as the focal point of a work of art was unprecedented in 1505, when most of Dürer's contemporaries believed that insects were the lowest of creatures. (
  • There are many different species of carpet beetles, but most adult beetles are small, oval-shaped insects measuring 1/8 to 1/4 inch long. (
  • Featherwing beetles are some of the smallest insects out there - and one researcher managed to spot an ancient specimen in a 99-million-year-old chunk of amber. (
  • Some male insects - especially beetles - boast a penis that's several times the length of their bodies, which… wow. (
  • The numerous insects and beetles on the archipelago, are great number of which are endemic, "are the great unknowns of this biota", says the biologist. (
  • In the lab, the researchers found that the beetles molt up to eight times before reaching adulthood, and each time the insects shed their exoskeletons, they attacked a new snail, then lived inside the shell for a few weeks. (
  • Stag beetles are omnivores, meaning they eat both plants and other insects. (
  • Common Black Ground Beetle larvae also are carnivorous and feed on worms and other insects found beneath the soil. (
  • These beetles are considered to be beneficial to gardeners and homeowners, as they take care of pesky insects that feed on crops and invade homes. (
  • Many insects found in gardens do not feed on plants these include insects such as ground and rove beetles most of which feed on other invertebrates. (
  • While adult beetles do not feed, they are adept at chewing holes. (
  • Once inside the home, the adult beetles will lay their eggs on a variety of foods including whole grains, processed grains and vegetative material. (
  • Most adult beetles emerge in summer as the weather warms up and the summer storms bring plenty of rain. (
  • Adult beetles can be highly mobile and research that has focused on glacial-interglacial cycles has shown that they can move quickly in response to any climate fluctuations. (
  • Adult beetles are about 3/8 inch in length, with a bright metallic green head and body and metallic brown wings. (
  • Adult beetles emerge in June or July and feed throughout the summer. (
  • Plant your early crop as usual, but inspect these plants carefully every few days for both the adult beetles and egg masses. (
  • Adult beetles live for less than 3 months, and during this time they too feed on animal skins. (
  • Adult beetles may be up to ½ inch long and oval and somewhat flattened. (
  • There have been some satellite infestations outbreaks initiated by wood carried from an already occurring infestation but most of these finds are from initial infestations beetles that escaped into the landscape directly from cargo carried into North America. (
  • Bark beetles have killed millions of acres of trees in western North America in recent years. (
  • n. a yellow- and black-striped leaf beetle ( Leptinotarsa decemlineata , family Chrysomelidae) native to North America . (
  • In the streams of North America, the nightmarish larva of the sunburst diving beetle hunts with a pair of natural bifocal lenses. (
  • Japanese beetles live in Japan and North America. (
  • American Beetles is the single most comprehensive[citation needed] description of the beetles of North America north of the tropical area of Mexico. (
  • What was the strange insect that seemed a mutant cross between a bee and a beetle? (
  • Beetles are like butterflies, passing through a complex metamorphosis on the way to adulthood, and this insect is the larval stage of a soldier beetle. (
  • In fact, the Convergent Lady Beetle is the official state insect of Ohio! (
  • Some beetles - both native and introduced - are major pests of crops, gardens and tree plantations, while others prey on insect pests and keep their numbers down. (
  • Geoff Monteith who is curator of the insect collection at the Queensland Museum says Christmas beetles have a bad reputation for causing dieback (premature death of trees), which they don't entirely deserve. (
  • The American burying beetle is a large black insect with two distinct orange bands on each elytra (wing covers). (
  • Scheduled sprays for grape berry moth and other insect pests occur later in the season are of little benefit as they do not coincide with early flea beetle activity. (
  • Forty percent of all described insect species are beetles (about 350,000 species), and new species are regularly discovered. (
  • To fully explore the evolution of the insect order, Coleoptera, Smith and Marcot used publications that document the fossil record of beetles from international literature as far back as the early 19th century and open access database projects including the EDNA Fossil Insect Database and the Catalogue of Fossil Coleoptera. (
  • Blister beetle , (family Meloidae), any of approximately 2,500 species of beetles (insect order Coleoptera) that secrete an irritating substance, cantharidin , which is collected mainly from Mylabris and the European species Lytta vesicatoria, commonly called Spanish fly . (
  • This led us to suspect that the beetles exploit the starry sky for orientation a feat that had, to our knowledge, never before been demonstrated in an insect. (
  • The beetle relies on its keen eyesight to stalk other insect larvae amid often murky streams. (
  • There is a cavity beneath the wings for holding an air supply, so the diving beetle can remain submerged for long periods however, the insect often hangs head down from the surface, exposing the openings (spiracles) of the last two of its breathing tubes, located at the tip of the abdomen. (
  • Cucumber beetles overwinter as adults in protected areas near buildings, in fence rows, or in wood lots. (
  • It is similar in appearance to the cigarette beetle ( Lasioderma serricorne ), but is slightly larger (adults can be up to 3.5 mm in length). (
  • Drugstore beetles often enter a home in bulk items like bird seed, grass seed, or dry pet food, where several generations of beetles can develop unnoticed until some of the adults eventually leave to infest new locations. (
  • Dear Jessica: I've been doing battle with scarlet lily beetles, tapping the adults into hot soapy water. (
  • Adults and larvae of dung beetles feed only on dung and therefore are not a threat to the environment. (
  • Japanese beetle adults attack the foliage, flowers, or fruits of more than 300 different ornamental and agricultural plants. (
  • The Spanish fly ( Lytta vesicatoria ), a bright green or bluish blister beetle, is a common S European species from which cantharides are extracted and commercially prepared by crushing the wing covers (elytra) of the adults. (
  • One way to keep Japanese beetles from flying into your yard is to plant things that the adults don't like. (
  • Dung beetles don't bite, spit or sting. (
  • Medical Research Potential 'T. inflatum is commonly found in soils, but it does not make the sexual state without very special conditions -- until it is on its favorite host -- which seems to be the dung beetle. (
  • Cornell News Service Also the Chinese from PRC are using parts of the Dung beetle for treating Stomach Cancer. (
  • The Dung beetle may spawn the development nature-based pharmaceuticals that may hold the promise for a cure or treatment for AIDS or Cancer. (
  • It has come to our attention that a unique scientist Dr. Truman Fincher and the only dung beetle quarantine facilities in the continental United States (located at College Station, Texas) are about to be lost. (
  • Dung beetle" refers to beetles whose lives are intertwined with dung, but the term is not exclusively a taxonomic one. (
  • True, most of its practitioners belong to the beetle family Scarabaeidae and the subfamily Scarabaeinae , but the name is also applied loosely to any beetle that makes its living in dung. (
  • Researching the dung beetle is like researching a rock star. (
  • A type of beetle of the family Scarabaeidae noted for rolling dung into balls for use as food or as brooding chambers. (
  • What do dung beetles do? (
  • This is in contrast to some other beetles found in dung pads, (not dung beetles ) which feed on vegetable and other matter besides dung, while others are carnivorous. (
  • The activity of adult dung beetles can break up the dung pad, and most species bury the dung in the ground for feeding and breeding. (
  • And then there are dung beetles , feces-eaters extraordinaire. (
  • The sacred dung scarab of Egypt symbolized resurrection and immortality, explaining why the ancient Egyptians often placed these beetles in tombs with the dead and why they painted dung beetle figures on their sarcophagi. (
  • Some dung beetles , called rollers, use their back legs to roll dung into a smooth, tiny ball. (
  • The ancient Egyptians believed that the sun was rolled across the sky by a giant dung beetle named Khepri. (
  • Dung Beetles: Stronger than Ten Men! (
  • Without dung beetles , the world would be a dirtier place. (
  • Farmers and ranchers need dung beetles to keep their pastures clean. (
  • Dung beetles clear away 80 percent of the cow manure in the whole of Texas. (
  • dung beetle on Wikipedia. (
  • He hooks it out and gives it a wipe to reveal the brown-coloured but jewel-like carapace of a small dung beetle. (
  • Warrant began studying dung beetles in 1985 as a PhD student at the Australian National University in Canberra, where his interest in optics soon developed into a passion for eyes. (
  • Dung beetles are particularly close to Warrant's heart because there are species of the genus Onitis that are almost identical but which fly at different times. (
  • When dung beetles roll their tiny balls of poop across the sands of South Africa on a moonless night, they look to the glow of our Milky Way galaxy as a navigational aid, researchers report. (
  • Even on clear, moonless nights, many dung beetles still manage to orientate along straight paths,' Marie Dacke, a biologist at Sweden's Lund University, said in a news release. (
  • some species of Dung beetles are native to the Americas. (
  • If this is true, it may mean that dung beetles travelled all the way here from the Milky Way! (
  • Solve mind-bending physics puzzles to help the dung beetle roll away with its dung ball! (
  • You'll get fun facts on real dung beetles along the way. (
  • Our research on beetles is focused on phylogeny (evolution of species) and classification of the Coleoptera. (
  • Blister beetles are classified in the phylum Arthropoda , class Insecta, order Coleoptera, family Meloidae. (
  • There are several other groups of water beetles, all classified in the phylum Arthropoda , class Insecta, order Coleoptera. (
  • The most effective method of ridding a home of this beetle is to try to discover the source of the infestation. (
  • A carpet beetle infestation can cause a great deal of damage to organic artifacts like leather, wool, cotton, fur and preserved animal specimens. (
  • Beetles also breed quickly and can multiply into an infestation in just a few months. (
  • Select an area of the yard that is out of the way, but still close to the majority of the beetle infestation. (
  • In July of 2010, a very small infestation of beetles was discovered in Boston, on the grounds of Faulkner Hospital, just across the street from the Arnold Arboretum. (
  • While the results of genetic testing have been inconclusive there, it is largely suspected that this infestation began with beetles moved from Worcester, on firewood, scrap wood or by some other incidental means. (
  • This project explored changes in fuel moisture, terpenes (an organic chemical produced by some tree species), and combustibility in Rocky Mountain conifers resulting from bark beetle attack across these different stages of infestation. (
  • By frequently cleaning floors and carpets (mopping and vacuuming) to remove dust and lint, you remove much of the food supply for beetle larvae, preventing an infestation. (
  • Many beetles are serious pests, damaging crops and timber and causing huge economic losses to industry. (
  • Australia has many exotic or introduced beetles, but native species can also become pests or may be used as biocontrol agents. (
  • Here's how to identify two of the most common flour-nibbling pests: sawtoothed and merchant grain beetles. (
  • Colorado potato beetle Leptinotarsa decemlineata , or the mungbean beetle Callosobruchus maculatus Fabr , while others are important controls of agricultural pests. (
  • Beetles serve a beneficial purpose in lawns and gardens in that they eat harmful pests that feed on plants. (
  • Their numbers include some serious plant pests like the Colorado potato beetle and the asparagus beetle, and also some species that are used as biological controls of pest plants. (
  • Carpet beetles are common pests that can damage carpet fabrics and other furnishings in the house. (
  • There are an estimated 360,000 described species of beetles, yet there are many more to be identified. (
  • They also eat other species of beetles if they are small enough. (
  • This is especially true for the exotic Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle, Harmonia axyridis (for more information, see OSU Extension's fact sheet specifically about this species). (
  • The main groups of beetles we have featured are scarabs (including Christmas beetles and rhinoceros beetles), fireflies, jewel beetles, water beetles, weevils and carabs (ground beetles such as the green carab beetle). (
  • Common Black Ground Beetles are carnivores. (
  • Common Black Ground Beetles are a glossy black and have a distinct head, thorax and abdomen with pronounced ridges running its length. (
  • Common Black Ground Beetles are found throughout the United States. (
  • Ground beetles (Carabidae) and rove beetles (Staphylindae) are families of beetles which are largely ground dwelling, most are predatory and part of a well balanced garden ecosystem. (
  • Ground beetles are 2-25mm (up to 1in) long many are black but some are brown, green or blue, often with a metallic sheen. (
  • The sperm has a long shelf life and can then go on to fertilize the eggs of other female beetles. (
  • Though the amount of sexual activity ended up similar in both groups, in male-heavy groups, the male beetles were much more selective, more likely to mount female beetles first, and spend longer with her. (
  • The female beetles can't fly, which has led to a patchwork of different species stranded in relatively small areas. (
  • The beetle larvae feed in and do most of the damage to wood, and when they reach the adult stage, they emerge through round exit holes, which they create by chewing through the wood surface. (
  • Carpet beetle larvae feed on dust and lint. (
  • The drugstore beetle lives in obligatory symbiosis with a yeast fungus, which is passed on to the offspring by covering the eggs with it. (
  • If prey is plentiful, the lady beetles will stay, lay eggs and become effective aphid predators, especially in greenhouses. (
  • Carpet beetles seek out dark, undisturbed places to lay their eggs. (
  • The carpet beetle lays her eggs in wool, leather, fur, etc. so when they hatch they have an abundant food source. (
  • You'll find most beetles are around until February, during which time they mate, lay eggs and then die. (
  • These carrion beetles lay their eggs in the carcass of small animals. (
  • If a colony is found, there will be at least 1 female giant water beetle and 2d4 eggs. (
  • Giant water beetle eggs are brownish with flecks of green. (
  • These pallets are made of cheap wood that is typically infected with the Beetle larva. (
  • We never fully understood what was eating them until I started finding shells with a borehole and a dead, dried-up beetle larva half-outside, which clearly had died as it was coming out of that hole," Schilthuizen said. (
  • blister beetle, common name for certain soft-bodied, usually black or brown, mostly elongate and cylindrical beetles belonging to the family Meloidae. (
  • Blister beetles undergo hypermetamorphosis, a complex life cycle with several different larval forms. (
  • One group of blister beetles has body fluids that contain cantharadin, a substance that can cause the skin to blister, from which the family gets its name. (
  • Blister and oil beetles may be brushed into pans of kerosene or killed with systemic poisons or contact insecticides. (
  • blister beetle See MELOIDAE . (
  • Blister beetles are both helpful and harmful to humans. (
  • Adult blister beetles are often brightly coloured, the need for camouflage being eliminated by their ability to secrete cantharidin. (
  • iron cross blister beetles Iron cross blister beetles ( Tegrodera aloga ). (
  • The female of some blister beetles (e.g. (
  • After passing through several more larval stages and a true pupal stage, the adult blister beetle emerges. (
  • striped blister beetle Striped blister beetle ( Epicauta vittata ). (
  • Image via ©Entomart [Wikipedia] The blister beetle spreads its larvae with the help of digger bees (pictured above) in what is called a honeytrap. (
  • Japanese beetle grubs damage lawns and turf grasses. (
  • Additionally, drugstore beetles have antennae ending in 3-segmented clubs, while cigarette beetles have serrated antennae (notched like teeth of a saw). (
  • Adult lady beetles are dome-shaped, circular or oval, and shiny with short legs and antennae. (
  • Found a rather large dramatically banded beetle with exotic banded long antennae. (
  • Two of the beetles are in the genus Calligrapha (beautiful writing), and the third is not, though the BugLady tried hard to put it there. (
  • Jesus Gomez-Zurita, who has studied the Calligrapha, calls them "a large American leaf beetle genus of imprecise taxonomic boundaries. (
  • Its species name, spiraea, seems misleading, but at the time the beetle was named, ninebark was classified in the same genus as the shrub Spirea. (
  • While the snails are in this vulnerable deep sleep, larvae of the Drilus beetle genus launch their attacks. (
  • About three to ten aphids are eaten for each egg the beetle lays. (
  • Beetles, along with ants, wasps and butterflies metamorphose completely, while bugs and aphids do not. (
  • The Lady in question is the Virgin, to whom the people in the Middle Ages prayed when aphids were devouring their crops, and who is said to have responded by sending this species of aphid-loving beetle. (
  • Working with bean beetles is inexpensive and logistically manageable, allowing instructors to scale up to large-enrollment courses. (
  • Sehoya Cotner and Sadie Hebert "Bean Beetles Make Biology Research Sexy," The American Biology Teacher 78(3), 233-240, (1 March 2016). (
  • Leptinotarsa decemlineataUrbana, Illinois Meet the Colorado Potato Beetle. (
  • whirligig beetles (family Gyrinidae), in which the eyes are split to allow a view both above and below the waterline. (
  • The whirligig beetles (family Gyrinidae) are oval, shiny, blue-black to dark brown beetles, about 3/4 in. (
  • Specifically, students discuss contemporary research on sex in the bean beetle, Callosobruchus maculatus, and then develop and test hypotheses related to bean beetle sex. (
  • It is important to remember that when identifying a lady beetle, the number or shape of the spots may vary slightly between individuals of the same species. (
  • Its name does need a little unpacking, though - like the firefly/lightning bug, the ladybug/ladybird is a beetle (alternate name, lady beetle). (
  • They differ from the standard Lady Beetle in color and size, and most importantly in habit! (
  • The Asian, or Imported Lady Beetle, came here because of the demand for beneficials that could be released in gardens. (
  • It is the carpet beetle larvae that cause all the damage. (
  • Carpet beetle larvae leave skin casings and white fecal pellets that resemble grains of salt. (
  • I am unsure if it is Furniture Carpet Beetle (Anthremus flavipes) (LeConte) or Buffalo carpet Beetle (Anthrermus scrophulaia. (
  • I am thinking it is the Furniture Carpet Beetle ((Anthremus flavipes) (LeConte). (
  • Carpet beetle larvae measure around 1/4 inch long and are commonly covered with fine hairs or bristles. (
  • It's also worth looking out for a number of other types of beetles which should be out and about at the moment. (
  • With so many different types of beetles, it's hardly surprising there are around 750,000 trillion beetles on earth! (
  • The general anatomy of beetles is quite uniform, though specific organs and appendages may vary greatly in appearance and function between the many families in the order. (
  • Marshal a parade of scarab beetles -- Egyptian symbols of immortality -- across a crypt. (
  • A mass cat cemetery and a collection of rare mummified scarab beetles were discovered during an archeological excavation in Saqqara, Egypt, the nation's antiquities ministry said Saturday. (
  • A collection of scarab beetles was also unearthed in a section called the Memphis necropolis. (
  • The Japanese beetle, the shiny green and brown bug that prefers to dine on roses and raspberries, has shown up this summer in several areas of the county. (
  • I think the Japanese beetle can have substantial destructive impact," Wood said. (
  • The Japanese beetle is a highly destructive plant pest that can be very difficult and expensive to control. (
  • APHIS maintains the Japanese Beetle Quarantine and Regulations that can be found in 7 CFR 301.48. (
  • The objective of the Japanese Beetle Quarantine is to protect the agriculture of the Western United States and prevent the human-assisted spread of the beetle from the Eastern U.S. The federal quarantine is designed to reduce artificial spread of Japanese beetles by aircraft. (
  • The Japanese beetle is widespread throughout the state. (
  • The Japanese beetle is established in nearly all Eastern states, with populations detected in some states west of the Mississippi. (
  • Native to Japan, the Japanese beetle was accidentally introduced to the United States in 1916. (
  • The U.S. Forest Service said bark beetle outbreaks and subsequent forest management activities "will alter landscapes throughout the West for the next century. (
  • Despite these observations, we lack a clear understanding of how bark beetle outbreaks affect wildfires. (
  • These beetles will also feed on the cucumber and melon plants, including the fruit and overwinter until the next spring. (
  • For now, I'd be extra diligent about cleaning up garden debris, since the beetles overwinter there. (
  • Oberea flavipes, phlox stem borer beetlesIllinois Here's a boring beetle. (
  • Meet another of the BugLady's new neighbors, a handsome black beetle with red epaulets called the Red-shouldered Pine Borer . (
  • What is a pine borer beetle? (
  • Researchers are also investigating the relationships Australian native groups have with beetles in other parts of the world. (
  • The beetles probably evolved this bizarre tactic because the species lives in a dry environment, the researchers suspect. (
  • Utah researchers said bark beetles are destroying spruce trees in the Dixie National Forest. (
  • Taking cues from a small desert beetle, MIT researchers have created a surface that can collect water droplets from the air. (
  • A three-year study has now enabled Spanish researchers to discover two new herbivorous beetles "" Arsipoda geographica and Arsipoda rostrata. (
  • Researchers have discovered that male beetles mate with either gender when the stakes are low, and mating mistakes don't matter. (
  • According to a new study from researchers at School of Biological Sciences in the University of East Anglia , at least in the case of beetles, the answer may be none of the above: beetles are simply inept at mating. (
  • The Comal Springs riffle beetle, Comal Springs dryopid beetle and the Peck's Cave amphipod, a crustacean, were listed as endangered in 1997 without critical habitat. (
  • This major project will completely revise the 1994 book Australian Beetles and will include major revisions of many families. (
  • Anyone with a potato patch will recognize this large, pin-striped beetle as a particularly voracious consumer of potato leaves. (
  • Early treatment is essential for beetle management in large commercial muskmelon or cucumber operations. (
  • Generally speaking, carpet beetles cause large areas of damage, while clothes moths chew smaller holes scattered all over a garment. (
  • Today, the large beetles are the size of houseflies, weighing 10 000 micrograms, while the control beetles are still the 2000 micrograms typical of the species. (
  • We will continue as long as the large beetles get larger, and the small beetles smaller,' says Muir. (
  • However, among the large beetles mutations continue to occur, and some produce larger beetles, so the line is still growing. (
  • The large line is still more than 50 times smaller than the largest beetle species. (
  • This large beetle is about 1.5 inches long. (
  • mandibles, which appear as large pincers on the front of some beetles. (
  • This outbreak was discovered on August 2, 2008, by a woman who was curious about large beetles she kept finding in her backyard. (
  • This large, showy beetle was accidentally introduced into the U.S. on several occasions, probably in wood crating or pallets shipped from Asia. (
  • The stingless bee (pictured below) takes revenge on invading beetles not by striking them down, but by mummifying their bodies in large amounts of resin, mud and wax. (
  • Unlike the BugLady's usual subjects, some of which are barely visible to the naked eye, today's three beetles (in the Leaf beetle family Chrysomelidae) are large enough to qualify as charismatic megafauna-at a half-inch-plus, these domed beetles are lunkers. (
  • The predaceous diving beetles (family Dytiscidae) are a large group, widespread in quiet streams and ponds. (
  • Larvae of hide beetles are large and very spiny hairy. (
  • The beetles swarm to light sources at night, and large numbers are found around street lights and other outdoor lighting. (
  • There was another large reception at Mount Sophia where the Beetles were entertained at Mrs O'Byrne's place with speeches and patriotic songs. (
  • Rove beetles have elongate bodies with short wing-cases that leave most of the abdominal segments uncovered. (
  • The drugstore beetle also has grooves running longitudinally along the elytra , whereas the cigarette beetle is smooth. (
  • The ink-blot patterns are variable within each species, and a more definitive characteristic, the color and shape of the lower edge of the elytra (the elytral epipleura) (the elytra are those two hard modified wings that form a protective cover over the flying wings) can't be seen unless the beetle is belly-up. (
  • The study, which is the first in this research line focusing on the Chrysomelidae family (known as 'leaf beetles' because they feed primarily on plants), made it possible to collect more than 2,000 beetle samples on the island of Grande Terre, compare them with other species, and carry out a phylogenetic analysis. (
  • After removing feathers or fur, the beetles secrete a substance that slows the decomposition of the carrion. (
  • Another group of meloid beetles has no cantharadin and is sometimes called the oil beetles because of the oily substance they secrete as protection against predators. (
  • Oil beetles secrete an oily substance that protects them from predators because of its bad taste. (
  • Glischrochilus sanguinolentus Bell Smith Springs, Illinois Just for you guys, here are some portraits of a colorful sap beetle in the family Nitidulidae I encountered in southern Illinois last weekend. (
  • Father, in this case, is Mr. George J. Hecht, the publisher, and Mother is Mrs. Maxine Livingston, editor the Family Home Dept., whom Father considered the logical person to call into conference when about three months ago he found his offices had carpet beetles. (
  • Christmas beetles ( Anoplognathus ) range from 15 - 40 mm in size and belong to the Scarab family (over 3000 species in Australia), which also includes flower and cock chafers, and fiddle beetles. (
  • A species of darkling beetle (or darkening beetle ), Tenebrio molitor , in the family Tenebrionidae , whose larvae ( mealworms ) are typically used as a food source for reptile, fish, and avian pets. (
  • When compared to the fossil record of other animal groups such as clams, corals, and vertebrates, beetles have among the lowest family-level extinction rates ever calculated. (
  • The inner anatomy was imaged in such detail that the family tree of the beetles could be analyzed. (
  • Then, a family tree analysis was made and relationships of the fossil species in the group of Clown beetles (also called hister beetles, histeridae), a beetle family still existing today, could be corrected and reevaluated. (
  • Nosodendridae (wounded-tree beetles) is a family of beetle . (
  • A number of the Calligrapha spiraea "hits" were from garden stores, University Extension, and exterminator sites, because the Ninebark leaf beetle is bent on partially defoliating ninebark (and, according to a few authors, Spirea and Ribes (current/gooseberry, which the BugLady doubts, since they're not even in the Rose family). (
  • The water scavenger beetles (family Hydrophilidae), of similar appearance, are abundant in marshy places in warm parts of the world and feed on water plants and decaying matter. (
  • The drugstore beetle ( Stegobium paniceum ), also known as the bread beetle or biscuit beetle , is a tiny, brown beetle that can be found infesting a wide variety of dried plant products, where it is among the most common non- weevils to be found. (
  • There are many species of lady beetles found in Ohio, but the most common ones are listed in the tables below. (
  • Physically remove lady beetles found indoors. (
  • Habitats in Nebraska where these beetles have been recently found consist of grassland prairie, forest edge and scrubland. (
  • Grape flea beetle is found in the eastern two-thirds of the United states. (
  • Two pairs of finger-like appendages are found around the mouth in most beetles, serving to move food into the mouth. (
  • These highly aggressive beetles make their home in deep fresh water, such as rivers, lakes, pools, and seas and can be found in any climate, stretching from the warmest to the coldest. (
  • Japanese beetles were first found in the United States in 1916 near Riverton, New Jersey. (
  • Interestingly, in each of these cases the beetle was first found by a member of the public, not by a professional. (
  • What Does Asian Longhorned Beetle Look Like, Where Has It Been Found in the U.S., and What Trees Can It Infest? (
  • Only five species of these so-called 'flea' beetles, out of a global total of 60, had been found to date in New Caledonia, in the western Pacific. (
  • These new beetles hold a secret "" they feed on plants that the scientists have still not found on the archipelago. (
  • I am trying to find out what kind of beetle I have found and can I send you a picture of it? (
  • I also found this beetle (july 14) that has several black and white stripes. (
  • ok so I found this beetle with these weird black and white stripes along its back and it has horns like things plus im positive it is not from our area. (
  • At 20-30mm the matt black devil's coach horse ( Ocypus olens ) is Britain's largest rove beetle and is often found in gardens under logs or pots. (
  • One species often found in gardens, the violet ground beetle ( Carabus violaceus ), has metallic-purple edges to the wing-cases and thorax. (
  • Development of an operationally effective trap has been a goal of the Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) eradication program since the first individual ALB was found in New York in 1996. (
  • Bark beetles are one of the 6000 species of beetle found in the subfamily Scolytinae . (
  • These larvae will pupate in the soil, later in the summer the next generation of beetles will emerge. (
  • Begin cucumber beetle control as soon as seedlings emerge. (
  • But shade equals less crops, while sun increases yields, so "many coffee growers have cut down the trees around their coffee plants," creating an environment more likable to the coffee-loving beetle. (
  • Beetles skeletonize leaves and flowers of ornamental plants and trees and can damage crops. (
  • The Ninebark leaf beetle inhabits the Northeastern quadrant of the continent and is one of 14 species in the scalaris group of the Calligrapha. (
  • BugFans can do a little scalaris sleuthing of their own on the Bug Guide website , and by downloading Harvard University's Breviora issue on this little leaf beetle . (
  • These beetles can be encouraged in gardens by providing habitats for wildlife particularly wood piles, compost heaps and leaving some leaf litter in garden borders. (
  • Download Movie_S01 (MOV) - Wing-folding motion of a rove beetle imaged with a high-speed camera (top-down view). (
  • Download Movie_S03 (MOV) - Take-off motion of a rove beetle imaged with a high-speed camera. (
  • The tortoise beetle, which eats thistle leaves, has evolved a symbiotic relationship with bacteria that allows it to have such a specialized diet. (
  • Once per minute as a swift action , a giant water beetle can emit a cloud of jet-black ink that fills a 10-foot cube. (
  • The cloud provides total concealment , which the giant water beetle normally uses to escape. (
  • If encountered on land, a giant water beetle will never be more than 30 feet from any source of water. (
  • water beetle, name for aquatic beetles of several families. (
  • The flour beetle (seen above) has sperm that attaches to the members of other beetles that breed with the same female. (
  • In fact, the female flour beetle has a one in eight chance of being fertilized by a male she never even encountered before. (
  • Then when the New Beetle was introduced in 1998, decades after the original was retired, the big issue was: how do you guide Baby Boomers down memory lane while also attracting the younger generation, because you need to grow that market and the Beetle is an entry vehicle into the VW line? (
  • If they walk up the vertical side of the container, they are very likely to be either rice and granary weevils or sawtoothed and merchant grain beetles. (
  • But the wedge-shaped beetles are ectoparasites of bees. (
  • Warrant has compared these specialisations in different species of beetle, and also in bees and moths that fly at night. (
  • When I recently learned that beetles, bees and beets have more in common than just a few letters in their name, I was eager to share what I learned with you guys. (
  • Don't think for a second that bees are always the innocent victims of beetles though. (