FIELD GUIDE CARPET BEETLE

  1. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Other common names include _
    Buffalo moth/bug
  2. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    known to cause _ in humans
    dermatitis
  3. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    size = # to 1/8 inch
    1/16
  4. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    size = 1/16 to # inch
    1/8
  5. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    _ in shape
    oval
  6. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Body _, with pattern of whitish and orange/red scales
    black
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    Body black, with pattern of _ and orange/red scales
    whitish
  8. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Body black, with pattern of whitish and _ scales
    orang/red
  9. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Head more or less _ from above; compound eyes notched along inner margin; with a median ocellus
    concealed
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    Head more or less concealed from above; _ eyes notched along inner margin; with a median ocellus
    compound
  11. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Head more or less concealed from above; compound eyes notched along inner margin; with a median _
    ocellus
  12. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Antenna _ , with 3-segmented, compact club, club with segment 1 distinctly shorter than 2.
    short
  13. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Antenna short, with #-segmented, compact club, club with segment 1 distinctly shorter than 2.
    3 segmented
  14. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Antenna short, with 3-segmented, _ club, club with segment 1 distinctly shorter than 2.
    compact
  15. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Antenna short, with 3-segmented, compact club, club with _ distinctly shorter than 2.
    segment 1
  16. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Antenna short, with 3-segmented, compact club, club with segment 1 distinctly _ than 2.
    shorter
  17. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Antenna short, with 3-segmented, compact club, club with segment 1 distinctly shorter than _
    segment 2
  18. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae up to _ inch long; stout, widest posteriorly.
    1/4 inch
  19. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae up to 1/4 inch long; _, widest posteriorly.
    stout
  20. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae up to 1/4 inch long; stout, widest _
    posteriorly
  21. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Color _ _, covered with blackish and/or brown hairs (setae)
    reddish brown
  22. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Color reddish brown, covered with _ and/or brown hairs (setae)
    blackish
  23. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Color reddish brown, covered with blackish and/or _ hairs (setae)
    brown
  24. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Color reddish brown, covered with blackish and/or brown hairs (_)
    setae
  25. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage = Fabrics typically have extensive _ damage and irregular holes here and there
    surface
  26. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage = Fabrics typically have extensive surface damage and irregular _ here and there
    holes
  27. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage = in _ tacked to the floor, they often eat slits following the floor cracks
    carpets
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    damage = in carpets tacked to the floor, they often eat _ following the floor cracks
    slits
  29. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage = in carpets tacked to the floor, they often eat slits following the _
    floor cracks
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    damage = _ _ _ have mostly the tips of hairs damaged, leaving uneven areas.
    furs and brushes
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    damage = Furs and brushes have mostly the _ _ _ damaged, leaving uneven areas.
    tips of hairs
  32. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage = Furs and brushes have mostly the tips of hairs damaged, leaving _ _.
    uneven areas
  33. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage = With museum insect specimens, the accumulation of fine powder/frass beneath the
    specimen is often the only indication of an infestation
    museum
  34. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage = With museum insect specimens, the accumulation of fine powder/frass beneath the
    specimen is often the only indication of an infestation
    fine power/frass
  35. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage = With museum insect specimens, the accumulation of fine powder/frass beneath the
    specimen is often the only indication of an _
    infestation
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    damage = Larval _ are often present
    larval caste/molt
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    damage = Frass/droppings are _ (0.25 mm or less in diameter), irregular in form, and often the color of the material being eaten.
    very small
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    damage = Frass/droppings are very small (0.25 mm or less in diameter), _ in form, and often the color of the material being eaten.
    irregular
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    damage = Frass/droppings are very small (0.25 mm or less in diameter), irregular in form, and often the color of _
    the material being eaten
  40. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Females lay 30-60 whitish eggs on/in larval food material, typically during MONTH and June
    May
  41. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Females lay 30-60 whitish eggs on/in larval food material, typically during May and MONTH
    June
  42. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Outdoors or in unheated structures, about 25% overwinter as larvae which feed again in spring,
    and then either pupate in the summer or pass the second winter as quiescent adults in the old larval skins
    unheated structures
  43. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Outdoors or in unheated structures, about _% overwinter as larvae which feed again in spring,
    and then either pupate in the summer or pass the second winter as quiescent adults in the old larval skins
    25%
  44. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Outdoors or in unheated structures, about 25% overwinter as _ which feed again in spring,
    and then either pupate in the summer or pass the second winter as quiescent adults in the old larval skins
    larvae
  45. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Outdoors or in unheated structures, about 25% overwinter as larvae which feed again in SUMMER,
    and then either pupate in the summer or pass the second winter as quiescent adults in the old larval skins
    spring
  46. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Outdoors or in unheated structures, about 25% overwinter as larvae which feed again in spring,
    and then either pupate in the SUMMER or pass the second winter as quiescent adults in the old larval skins
    summer
  47. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Outdoors or in unheated structures, about 25% overwinter as larvae which feed again in spring,
    and then either pupate in the summer or pass the second SEASON as quiescent adults in the old larval skins
    winter
  48. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Outdoors or in unheated structures, about 25% overwinter as larvae which feed again in spring,
    and then either pupate in the summer or pass the second winter as _ _ in the old larval skins
    quiescent adults
  49. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    In _ _, adults may be active throughout the winter and the following spring
    heated structures
  50. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    In heated structures, adults may be active throughout the SEASON and the following spring
    winter
  51. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    In heated structures, adults may be active throughout the winter and the following SEASON
    spring
  52. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    One case of _ (_ _) is known from a several-year occupation of an infested dwelling
    dermatitis (skin inflammation)
  53. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    _ of large quantities of the larval spearheaded hairs (hastisetae) may cause pulmonary irritation
    Inhalation
  54. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Inhalation of large quantities of the larval _ _ (hastisetae) may cause pulmonary irritation
    larval spearheaded hairs
  55. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Inhalation of large quantities of the larval spearheaded hairs (_) may cause pulmonary irritation
    hastisetae
  56. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Inhalation of large quantities of the larval spearheaded hairs (hastisetae) may cause _ _
    pulmonary irritation
  57. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    feed on a wide variety of _
    animal and plant materials
  58. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Their favored foods are _, clothing, and textiles.
    carpets
  59. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Their favored foods are carpets, _, and textiles.
    clothing
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    Their favored foods are carpets, clothing, and _
    textiles
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    On _, larvae surface graze but often make irregular holes
    fabrics
  62. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    On fabrics, larvae _ _ but often make irregular holes
    surface graze
  63. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    On fabrics, larvae surface graze but often make _ _
    irregular holes
  64. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    On _ and _, they damage mostly the tips leaving uneven areas
    furst and bristles
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    On furs and bristles, they damage mostly the _ leaving uneven areas
    tips
  66. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    On furs and bristles, they damage mostly the tips leaving _ _
    uneven areas
  67. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    On _ _, they typically feed internally and the accumulation of
    fine powder/frass beneath the specimen is usually the only indication of their presence
    dead insects
  68. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    On dead insects, they typically feed _ and the accumulation of
    fine powder/frass beneath the specimen is usually the only indication of their presence
    internally
  69. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    On dead insects, they typically feed internally and the accumulation of
    _ beneath the specimen is usually the only indication of their presence
    fine powder/frass
  70. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    On dead insects, they typically feed internally and the accumulation of
    fine powder/frass _ the specimen is usually the only indication of their presence
    beneath
  71. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults are typically found _ May through July on flowers
    outdoors
  72. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults are typically found outdoors MONTH through July on flowers
    May
  73. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults are typically found outdoors May through MONTH on flowers
    July
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    Adults are typically found outdoors May through July on _
    flowers
  75. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    _ are typically found outdoors May through July on flowers
    Adults
  76. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults are typically found outdoors May through July on flowers
    They feed on _ and _, and _
    pollen and nectar, and mate
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    nectar and pollen are necessary to stimulate _
    ovipostion
  78. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    _ and _ are necessary to stimulate oviposition
    nectar and pollen
  79. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Outdoors they have been found in the nests of _
    chipmunks, birds, bees, in insect galleries, and on dead animals including birds
  80. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    The _ are quite diverse and may include obscure or unused places...
    rodent bait left in attics, crawl spaces, or basements
    primary breeding areas
  81. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    The primary breeding areas are quite diverse and may include obscure or unused places...
    _ left in attics, crawl spaces, or basements
    rodent bait
  82. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults fly during the _. They are commonly brought indoors on cut flowers.
    Active larvae tend to run rather than crawl.
    daytime
  83. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults fly during the daytime. They are commonly brought indoors on _.
    Active larvae tend to run rather than crawl.
    cut flowers
  84. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults fly during the daytime. They are commonly brought indoors on cut flowers.
    Active larvae tend to _
    run rather than crawl
  85. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    control = Ask the customer about both current and past occurrences of flies in the winter,
    ladybird beetles, rodent problems, birds nesting on/in the building, etc.
    flies
  86. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    control = Ask the customer about both current and past occurrences of flies in the SEASON,
    ladybird beetles, rodent problems, birds nesting on/in the building, etc.
    winter
  87. CARPET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    control = _ may be treated with heat and/or cold if applicable or fumigants
    museum collections
Author
ianquinto
ID
349805
Card Set
FIELD GUIDE CARPET BEETLE
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FIELD GUIDE CARPET BEETLE
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