FIELD GUIDE RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE

  1. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    name refers to _
    beetleā€™s red legs, and it feeds on other insects and molds on ham
  2. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    females glue their 1/32 inch long, shiny, translucent _ in
    clusters on the surface of the food material
    eggs
  3. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    females glue their 1/32 inch long, shiny, translucent eggs in
    _ on the surface of the food material
    clusters
  4. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    females glue their 1/32 inch long, shiny, translucent eggs in
    clusters on the _
    surface of the food material
  5. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    the larvae bore into the food material
    bore
  6. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Larvae molt 2-3 times and then seek a dry place to build their pupal case
    dry place
  7. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    attack primarily animal matter food materials, and
    most commonly infest _
    dried or smoked pork such as ham and bacon
  8. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    _ feed on the larvae of other insects, such as
    the ham/cheese skipper (Piophila casei (Linnaeus)), and are cannibalistic
    larvae and adults
  9. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Both larvae and adults feed on the _ of other insects, such as
    the ham/cheese skipper (Piophila casei (Linnaeus)), and are cannibalistic
    larvae
  10. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Both larvae and adults feed on the larvae of other insects, such as
    the ham/cheese skipper (Piophila casei (Linnaeus)), and are _
    cannibalistic
  11. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae and adults avoid _
    light
  12. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    adults can? can not? fly
    slow fliers and prefer to run rapidly
  13. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    adults emit a _
    strong but short-lasting odor.
  14. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Infestations are usually due to _ _ or rough handling which damages the protective wraps
    improper packing
  15. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Infestations are usually due to improper/careless packing or _ _ which damages the protective wraps
    rough handling
  16. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Infestations are usually due to improper/careless packing or rough handling which _ the protective wraps
    damages
  17. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Fumigation is usually required for severe infestations and is often routinely done in _ _
    ham houses
  18. RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Home-cured meats can be protected via _
    proper cleaning, wrapping, screening, and cold storage.
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FIELD GUIDE RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE
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FIELD GUIDE RED LEGGED HAM BEETLE
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