FIELD GUIDE ANGOUMOIS MOTH

  1. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    considered _ only to granary and rice weevils as a pest of stored grain.
    second
  2. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    considered second only to _ and rice weevils as a pest of stored grain.
    granary
  3. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    considered second only to granary and _ weevils as a pest of stored grain.
    rice
  4. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults with wingspread (wing tip to wing tip) about #-5/8
    1/2 inch
  5. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults with wingspread (wing tip to wing tip) about 1/2-#
    5/8 inch
  6. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Color _ to pale yellowish brown
    buff
  7. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Color buff to _ yellowish brown
    pale
  8. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Color buff to pale _ brown
    yellowish
  9. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Color buff to pale yellowish _
    brown
  10. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Mature larva up to about INCH
    1/4 inch
  11. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larva = Color white with yellowish head and dark reddish-brown mouthparts
    white
  12. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larva = Color white with _ head and dark reddish-brown mouthparts
    yellowish
  13. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larva = Color white with yellowish _ and dark reddish-brown mouthparts
    head
  14. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larva = Color white with yellowish head and _ reddish-brown mouthparts
    dark
  15. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larva = Color white with yellowish head and dark _-brown mouthparts
    reddish
  16. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larva = Color white with yellowish head and dark reddish-_ mouthparts
    brown
  17. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larva = Color white with yellowish head and dark reddish-brown _
    mouthparts
  18. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    lays an average of 40 (range to 389) _ eggs on or near grain. These turn red with age and hatch in 4-8 days
    white
  19. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    lays an average of 40 (range to 389) white eggs on or near _ . These turn red with age and hatch in 4-8 days
    grain
  20. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    lays an average of 40 (range to 389) white eggs on or near grain. These turn COLOR with age and hatch in 4-8 days
    red
  21. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    1st instar larva bores into a _ _ and passes through a total of 3 instars in about 3 weeks, but may hibernate before pupation
    whole kernel
  22. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    1st instar larva bores into a whole kernel and passes through a total of 3 instars in about 3 weeks, but may _ before pupation
    hibernate
  23. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    1st instar larva bores into a whole kernel and passes through a total of 3 instars in about 3 weeks, but may hibernate before _
    pupation
  24. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    _ within the hollowed-out kernel
    pupates
  25. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    pupates within the _ _ _
    hollowed out kernel
  26. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    In _ the life cycle (egg to egg) usually requires 5-7 weeks, but may take 6 months in cool climates
    warm climates
  27. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    In warm climates the life cycle (egg to egg) usually requires 5-7 weeks, but may take 6 months in _
    cool climates
  28. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    _ cause no damage
    adults
  29. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    _ requires a whole kernel or caked material for development
    larva
  30. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larva requires a _ _ or caked material for development
    whole kernel
  31. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larva requires a whole kernel or _ material for development
    caked
  32. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    larva requires a whole kernel or caked material for _
    development
  33. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    is active at _ _ and can cause considerable damage during the winter
    low temperatures
  34. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    is active at low temperatures and can cause considerable damage during the _
    winter
  35. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    Infested grain has a _ _ and taste which makes it unpalatable.
    sickening smell
  36. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    moths leave a lot of _ on top of infested grain.
    debris
  37. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    moths leave a lot of debris _ _ of infested grain.
    on top
  38. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    adults ARE? ARE NOT? attracted to light
    ARE
  39. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    moth prefers to attack _
    moth prefers to attack barley, rye, corn, oats, rice, and various seeds.
  40. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    attacks both grains in the _ and grains in storage, but only whole kernels
    field
  41. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    attacks both grains in the field and grains in _, but only whole kernels
    storage
  42. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    attacks both grains in the field and grains in storage, but only _ _
    whole kernels
  43. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    prefers _ grain as opposed to old dry grain.
    damp
  44. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    prefers damp grain as opposed to _ _ grain.
    old dry
  45. ANGOUMOIS MOTH - FIELD GUIDE
    prefers damp grain as opposed to _ _ grain.
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ianquinto
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349896
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FIELD GUIDE ANGOUMOIS MOTH
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FIELD GUIDE ANGOUMOIS MOTH
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