FIELD GUIDE HIDE BEETLE

  1. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    common name comes from _
    common name comes from hides and skin being the preferred food of adults and larvae.
  2. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults about INCH-3/8
    1/4 inch
  3. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults about 1/4-INCH
    3/8 inch
  4. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults shape = SHAPE oval
    elongate
  5. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults shape = elongate SHAPE
    oval
  6. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults = Color COLOR, sometimes reddish brown; pronotal margins colored with white hairs (setae)
    BLACK
  7. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults = Color black, sometimes COLOR brown; pronotal margins colored with white hairs (setae)
    REDDISH
  8. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults = Color black, sometimes reddish COLOR; pronotal margins colored with white hairs (setae)
    BROWN
  9. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults = Color black, sometimes reddish brown; pronotal margins colored with white _ (setae)
    HAIRS
  10. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults = Color black, sometimes reddish brown; pronotal margins colored with white hairs (_)
    SETAE
  11. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae up to about INCH
    5/8
  12. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    LARVAE = COLOR COLOR, covered with long brown hairs (setae), with a
    broad yellow dorsal median length-wise stripe extending from head to near end of body.
    DARK BROWN
  13. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    LARVAE = dark brown, covered with long brown _ (_), with a
    broad yellow dorsal median length-wise stripe extending from head to near end of body.
    hairs (setae)
  14. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    LARVAE = dark brown, covered with long brown hairs (setae), with a
    broad _ dorsal median length-wise stripe extending from head to near end of body.
    yellow
  15. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    LARVAE = dark brown, covered with long brown hairs (setae), with a
    broad yellow dorsal median length-wise _ extending from head to near end of body.
    stripe
  16. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = _ or _ damaged primarily on its inner surface with holes cut by larvae to reach inner surface
    skin or hide
  17. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = Skin or hide damaged primarily on its _ _ with holes cut by larvae to reach inner surface
    inner surface
  18. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = Skin or hide damaged primarily on its inner surface with _ cut by larvae to reach inner surface
    holes
  19. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = Skin or hide damaged primarily on its inner surface with holes cut by _ to reach inner surface
    larvae
  20. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = Skin or hide damaged primarily on its inner surface with holes cut by larvae to reach _ _
    inner surface
  21. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = _ loosened by hide destruction on inner surface
    hair
  22. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = hair loosened by _ destruction on inner surface
    hide
  23. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = hair loosened by hide destruction on _ surface
    inner surface
  24. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = To _, mature larvae bore into hard substances such as
    woolen goods, hair brushes, cork, tea chests, woodwork, and structural timbers
    pupate
  25. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = To pupate, mature larvae _ into hard substances such as
    woolen goods, hair brushes, cork, tea chests, woodwork, and structural timbers
    bore
  26. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = To pupate, mature larvae bore into _ substances such as
    woolen goods, hair brushes, cork, tea chests, woodwork, and structural timbers
    hard
  27. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = To pupate, mature larvae bore into hard substances such as _
    woolen goods, hair brushes, cork, tea chests, woodwork, and structural timbers
  28. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    DAMAGE = To pupate, mature larvae bore into hard substances... Width of hole about INCH
    1/8 inch
  29. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adult females lay their eggs (creamy, about 1/16"/2 mm long) in batches of
    2-20 in _, _, and _
    cracks, skins, and hides
  30. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    At about TEMP, eggs hatch in 2-3 days
    85 deg F
  31. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    The preferred food material is _ and _ where they feed primarily on the inner surface
    skins and hides
  32. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    The preferred food material is skins and hides where they feed primarily on the _ surface
    inner surface
  33. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    they are often used to remove the _ from bones for museum collections
    flesh
  34. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    they are often used to remove the flesh from _ for museum collections
    bones
  35. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    they are often used to remove the flesh from bones for _ _
    museum collections
  36. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    They often infest _
    chicken houses where they feed on feathers, dead birds, chicken feed, and droppings
  37. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults are _ on young larvae and older larvae on fresh pupae.
    cannibal
  38. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Most of the damage is done by _ feeding, but adults also feed on skins and hides.
    larval feeding
  39. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Most of the damage is done by larval feeding, but _ also feed on skins and hides.
    adults
  40. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    mature larvae wander in search of hard substrate in which to _
    pupate
  41. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    They bore into the hard substrate to make a _ chamber
    pupal chamber
  42. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    When the selected substrate is _, severe damage can result when the population is large and/or uncontrolled
    wood
  43. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    They prefer to bore into the _ _ wood.
    softer spring
  44. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Other primary breeding areas include _ _ left in attics, crawl spaces, or basements, wasp and hornet nests in attics
    rodent bait
  45. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Other primary breeding areas include rodent bait left in attics, crawl spaces, or basements, _ and _ nests in attics
    wasp and hornet
  46. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae shun _ (_ _) but are very active
    light (negatively phototactic)
  47. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    the adults are attracted to _ and can often be found at windows
    light
  48. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    adults are strong, active _ and feed on a variety of flowers
    fliers
  49. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    They often gain entrance to structures by _
    flying in through open doors and windows as well as crawling in through other openings
  50. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    In _ structures, hide beetles can be found year-round but are usually more abundant in the spring and summer
    heated
  51. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    The key to controlling hide beetles is to _
    find the primary source(s) of infestation and eliminate it/them
  52. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    control = Ask the customer about both current and past occurrences of _ in the
    winter, boxelder bugs, rodent problems, birds nesting on/in the building, etc.
    flies
  53. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    control = Ask the customer about both current and past occurrences of flies in the
    _, boxelder bugs, rodent problems, birds nesting on/in the building, etc.
    winter
  54. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    control = Ask the customer about both current and past occurrences of flies in the
    winter, _ bugs, rodent problems, birds nesting on/in the building, etc.
    boxelder
  55. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    control = Ask the customer about both current and past occurrences of flies in the
    winter, boxelder bugs, _problems, birds nesting on/in the building, etc.
    rodent
  56. HIDE BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    control = Ask the customer about both current and past occurrences of flies in the
    winter, boxelder bugs, rodent problems, _ _ on/in the building, etc.
    birds nesting
Author
ianquinto
ID
349891
Card Set
FIELD GUIDE HIDE BEETLE
Description
FIELD GUIDE HIDE BEETLE
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