FIELD GUIDE SPIDER BEETLE

  1. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    name comes from _
    the spiderlike appearance of the adults of many species
  2. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    some species _ _
    can fly
  3. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Round to slightly oval holes about 1/32-1/16 maximum diameter in _ or _ enclosing larval food material or into firm material or wood for pupation
    paper or cardboard
  4. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Round to slightly oval holes about 1/32-1/16 maximum diameter in paper or
    cardboard enclosing larval _ material or into firm material or wood for pupation
    food material
  5. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Round to slightly oval holes about 1/32-1/16 maximum diameter in paper or
    cardboard enclosing larval food material or into firm material or _ for pupation
    wood
  6. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Round to slightly oval holes about 1/32-1/16 maximum diameter in paper or
    cardboard enclosing larval food material or into firm material or wood for _
    pupation
  7. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Presence of round 1/8 inch silken cocoons usually in
    _ food product, or on the outside of packaging, or on/in nearby materials.
    larval
  8. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Presence of round 1/8 inch silken cocoons usually in
    larval food product, or on the outside of _, or on/in nearby materials.
    packgaging
  9. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae usually leave the food material to _ and attach the cocoon to
    either the inside or outside surface of the packaging
    pupate
  10. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae usually leave the food material to pupate and attach the cocoon to
    either the _ or _ surface of the packaging
    inside or outside
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    to pupate... may bore into nearby firmly textured material including _
    wood
  12. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Readily available _ is required for maximum reproduction.
    water
  13. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Spider beetles are primarily _ with many species feeding on both plant and animal origin materials
    scavenger
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    They are especially attracted to _ and to the droppings of birds and mammals.
    moisture
  15. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    They are especially attracted to moisture and _
    dropping of birds and mammals
  16. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    they are also found in _
    the nests of bees, wasps, birds, mammals, and in bat caves and on dry carrion
  17. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    tend to thrive best in _ _
    wooden structures
  18. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    They have the ability to breed at _ _
    low temperatures
  19. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    have been reported to be active at _ _
    freezing temps
  20. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    presence of spider beetles usually indicates _
    poor sanitation practices as well as poor product rotation
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    inspection can be difficult... they wander about _ _ _ and feed on a
    great variety of materials from food products to rodent droppings
    only at night
  22. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Most avoid _ and are hard to locate in cracks, crevices, and voids
    light
  23. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Check for ___
    webbing, molt skins, and cocoons
  24. SPIDER BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Check for ___
Author
ianquinto
ID
349910
Card Set
FIELD GUIDE SPIDER BEETLE
Description
FIELD GUIDE SPIDER BEETLE
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