FIELD GUIDE CABINET BEETLE

  1. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    common name probably comes from _
    common name probably comes from this species being one of the larger beetles which attack stored products in kitchen or pantry cabinets.
  2. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    has been cited with _
    has been cited with respect to allergic responses in humans
  3. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults about INCH-INCH
    Adults about 1/16-3/16
  4. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    _ in shape
    oblong
  5. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Body _, cuticle black or brown with paler reddish brown transverse bands and spots;
    bicolorous
  6. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Body bicolorous, cuticle _ or brown with paler reddish brown transverse bands and spots;
    black
  7. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Body bicolorous, cuticle black or _ with paler reddish brown transverse bands and spots;
    brown
  8. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Body bicolorous, cuticle black or brown with paler _ brown transverse bands and spots;
    reddish
  9. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Body bicolorous, cuticle black or brown with paler reddish _ transverse bands and spots;
    brown
  10. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    LARVA = Larvae up to INCH long
    5/16 inch
  11. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    LARVA = _, tapering posteriorly
    stout
  12. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    LARVA = stout, _ posteriorly
    tapering
  13. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    LARVA = Color _ yellow above with numerous darker hairs (setae);
    creamy
  14. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    LARVA = Color creamy _ above with numerous darker hairs (setae);
    yellow
  15. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    LARVA = Color creamy yellow above with numerous _ ;
    darker hairs
  16. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    _ are typically damaged on their outer surface by larvae penetrating the
    fur and feeding on the hide at the hair base which also loosens the hairs
    animal hides
  17. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    animal hides are typically damaged on their _ by larvae penetrating the
    fur and feeding on the hide at the hair base which also loosens the hairs
    outer surface
  18. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    animal hides are typically damaged on their outer surface by larvae _ and feeding on the hide at the hair base which also loosens the hairs
    penetrating the fur
  19. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    animal hides are typically damaged on their outer surface by larvae penetrating the
    fur and _ at the hair base which also loosens the hairs
    feeding on the hide
  20. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    animal hides are typically damaged on their outer surface by larvae penetrating the
    fur and feeding on the hide at the _ which also loosens the hairs
    hair base
  21. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    animal hides are typically damaged on their outer surface by larvae penetrating the
    fur and feeding on the hide at the hair base which also _
    loosens the hairs
  22. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    With _, the accumulation of fine powder/frass beneath the
    specimen is often the only indication of an infestation.
    museum insect specimens
  23. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    With museum insect specimens, the accumulation of _ beneath the
    specimen is often the only indication of an infestation.
    fine powder/frass
  24. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    With museum insect specimens, the accumulation of fine powder/frass _ the
    specimen is often the only indication of an infestation.
    beneath
  25. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    _ are often present
    laval caste/molt skins
  26. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Frass/droppings are _ or elliptical, with larger pellets about 0.3 mm long, 0.2 mm wide.
    globular
  27. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    can develop in temperatures of #-104°F, with 86°F being optimal
    68 deg F
  28. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    can develop in temperatures of 68-#°F, with 86°F being optimal
    104 deg F
  29. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    can develop in temperatures of 68-104°F, with #°F being optimal
    86 deg F
  30. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae are resistant to _ lasting 511 days without food at 50% relative humidity
    starvation
  31. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae are resistant to starvation, lasting # DAYS without food at 50% relative humidity
    511 days without food
  32. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae are resistant to starvation, lasting 511 days without food at #% relative humidity
    50% RH
  33. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae can be starved for over YEARS and still recuperate at any time when fed.
    5 years
  34. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae can survive COLD temperatures of _
    -2 deg F
  35. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    beetle larvae feed on a _
    beetle larvae feed on a variety of animal and plant materials.
  36. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    outdoors , larvae have been found infesting a _
    honey bee hive
  37. CABINET BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL = it may be necessary to check more unusual places such as those where _
    dead insects may accumulate or rodents may stash/hide rodenticide or dried pet food.
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ianquinto
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FIELD GUIDE CABINET BEETLE
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FIELD GUIDE CABINET BEETLE
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