blister beetle


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Synonyms for blister beetle

beetle that produces a secretion that blisters the skin

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At that time, no Meloid blister beetles or Paederus beetles had been collected and linked to cases of dermatitis occurring among Soldiers in Iraq.
COUNTRYSIDE: In response to the letter for help with blister beetles: Blister beetles are easy to control.
Throughout the Southern and Midwest regions of America, horses may ingest blister beetles.
Although this genus contains approximately 17% of all known species of meloids in the Nearctic (n = 410) (Pinto & Bologna 2002), little is known about many of these species of blister beetles.
A SURVEY OF ARACHNIDS AND INSECTS, WITH AN EMPHASIS ON BLISTER BEETLES, INHABITING ALFALFA IN WESTERN MISSOURI AND EASTERN KANSAS.
Plant horseradish in containers in the potato patch to keep away Colorado potato bugs and Blister beetles.
COUNTRYSIDE: I once had a terrible plague of blister beetles on my Irish potato vines--they looked black when you looked down the row.
I hand-picked a few Colorado potato beetles and blister beetles from the plants.