FIELD GUIDE LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE

  1. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    name... their _ produce a very fine, powderlike frass in their galleries
    larvae
  2. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    name... their larvae produce a very fine, _ frass in their galleries
    powderlike
  3. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    name... their larvae produce a very fine, powderlike frass in their _
    galleries
  4. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage... exit holes are SHAPE
    round
  5. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage... exit holes range from 1/32 inch to 1/16 inch in diameter, depending on species.
    exit holes
  6. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage... exit holes range from # inch to 1/16 inch in diameter, depending on species.
    1/32 inch
  7. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage... exit holes range from 1/32 inch to # inch in diameter, depending on species.
    1/16 inch
  8. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage... exit holes range from 1/32 inch to 1/16 inch in _, depending on species.
    diameter
  9. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    damage... exit holes range from 1/32 inch to 1/16 inch in diameter, depending on _
    species
  10. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    indication of an infestation is accumulation of piles of
    very fine _ _ beneath exit holes or on wood
    powderlike dust
  11. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    indication of an infestation is accumulation of piles of
    very fine powderlike dust beneath _ _ or on wood
    exit holes
  12. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    indication of an infestation is accumulation of piles of
    very fine powderlike dust beneath exit holes or on _
    wood
  13. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    dust/frass contains no _ (like anobiids) and
    falls easily from the hole instead of
    being packed in (like anobiids and other bostrichids).
    pellets
  14. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    dust/frass contains no pellets (like _) and
    falls easily from the hole instead of
    being packed in (like anobiids and other bostrichids).
    anobiids
  15. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    dust/frass contains no pellets (like anobiids) and
    _ easily from the hole instead of
    being packed in (like anobiids and other bostrichids).
    falls
  16. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    dust/frass contains no pellets (like anobiids) and
    falls easily from the _ instead of
    being packed in (like anobiids and other bostrichids).
    hole
  17. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    dust/frass contains no pellets (like anobiids) and
    falls easily from the hole instead of
    being _ _ (like anobiids and other bostrichids).
    packed in
  18. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    dust/frass contains no pellets (like anobiids) and
    falls easily from the hole instead of
    being packed in (like anobiids and other _)
    • anobiids
    • bostrichids
  19. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    the 2 most important lyctines in the U.S.:
    _ _ beetle
    Velvety powderpost beetle
    Southern lyctus
  20. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    the 2 most important lyctines in the U.S.:
    Southern lyctus beetle
    _ _ beetle
    Vevety powderpost
  21. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    females lay egss in ___
    exposed wood pores, cracks, or crevices
  22. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Eggs are _ _ in/on waxed, polished, painted, or varnished surfaces
    never deposited
  23. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    The larvae tunnel only in the _ and usually tunnel with the wood grain
    sapwood
  24. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    The larvae tunnel only in the sapwood and usually tunnel with the _ _
    wood grain
  25. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    the mature larva bores to near the surface and constructs a pupal chamber and pupates
    bores
  26. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    the mature larva bores to near the surface and constructs a pupal chamber and pupates
    surface
  27. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    When the adult emerges, it _ straight to the wood’s surface and exits/emerges
    bores
  28. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    When the adult emerges, it bores straight to the wood’s _ and exits/emerges
    surface
  29. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Indoors, adults usually emerge in late _ or early spring and with little feeding, mate
    winter
  30. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Indoors, adults usually emerge in late winter or early _ and with little feeding, mate
    spring
  31. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Indoors, adults usually emerge in late winter or early spring and with little _, mate
    feeding
  32. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Although _ lyctines are strong fliers, most tend to
    lay eggs in the wood from which they emerged
    some
  33. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Although some lyctines are strong fliers, most tend to
    lay eggs in the wood _ which they emerged
    wood
  34. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Although _ lyctines are strong fliers, most tend to
    lay eggs in the wood from which they _
    emgerged
  35. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae cannot digest _, they feed only on cell contents which is primarily starch, but also sugar and protein.
    cellulose
  36. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae cannot digest cellulose, they feed only on cell contents which is primarily _, but also sugar and protein.
    starch
  37. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae cannot digest cellulose, they feed only on cell contents which is primarily starch, but also _ and protein.
    sugar
  38. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae cannot digest cellulose, they feed only on cell contents which is primarily starch, but also sugar and _
    protein
  39. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Lyctines attack the _ and only that of hardwoods, usually less than 10 years old
    sapwood
  40. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Lyctines attack the sapwood and only that of hardwo_, ods, usually less than 10 years old
    hardwoods
  41. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Lyctines attack the sapwood and only that of hardwoods, usually less than NUMBER years old
    10 years old
  42. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    They attack both _ and manufactured products;
    they also attack structural timbers but
    hardwoods are rarely used for this purpose today because of their cost
    lumber
  43. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    They attack both lumber and manufactured products;
    they also attack structural _ but
    hardwoods are rarely used for this purpose today because of their cost
    timbers
  44. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    They attack both lumber and manufactured products;
    they also attack structural timbers but
    hardwoods are rarely used for this purpose today because of their _
    cost
  45. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    The wood moisture content required for
    beetle development is NUMBER%-32%,
    with greatest activity at 10-20%.
    8%
  46. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    The wood moisture content required for
    beetle development is 8-NUMBER%
    with greatest activity at 10-20%.
    32%
  47. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    The wood moisture content required for
    beetle development is 8-32%,
    with greatest activity at NUMBER%-20%.
    10%
  48. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    The wood moisture content required for
    beetle development is 8-32%,
    with greatest activity at 10-NUMBER%
    20%
  49. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults are active at _, readily _, and are _.
    • night
    • fly
    • attracted to light
  50. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Lyctines are usually brought into structures in _ which contains their eggs and/or larvae
    wood
  51. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Lyctines are usually brought into structures in wood which contains their _ and/or _
    • eggs
    • larvae
  52. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Lyctines are usually brought into structures in
    wood which contains their eggs and/or larvae.
    This wood is typically infested during _ or _.
    • drying time
    • storage
  53. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Finish on wood prevents _ _
    egg laying
  54. LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE - FIELD GUIDE
    Lyctines often attack _
    bamboo
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FIELD GUIDE LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE
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FIELD GUIDE LYCTID POWDERPOST BEETLE
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