blister beetle

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Synonyms for blister beetle

beetle that produces a secretion that blisters the skin

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The fastest way to identify the problem is to find blister beetles directly within the feed.
Due to the extremely poisonous nature of blister beetles, prevention is the safest way to avoid the condition.
Featured creature: blister beetles [University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences web site].
Featured creature: false blister beetles [University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences web site].
This finding of the larvae's lure puts the immature blister beetles among the few animals known to practice chemical mimicry for hunting, say Saul-Gershenz and her coauthor Jocelyn G.
COUNTRYSIDE: I once had a terrible plague of blister beetles on my Irish potato vines--they looked black when you looked down the row.
COUNTRYSIDE: In response to the letter for help with blister beetles: Blister beetles are easy to control.
I hand-picked a few Colorado potato beetles and blister beetles from the plants.