scarabaeid


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Based on the dominance of the identified prey items only, we found scarabaeid larvae to be the most dominant prey (73.
It also reported that this technique is generally applied for the collection of moths, scarabaeid beetles (Lepidoptera, Scarabaeidae), and some Hemiptera and Hymenoptera.
The eastern mole generally feeds heavily on earthworms and scarabaeid larvae, commonly called grubworms (1), (2), (3), (4), (5).
Scarabaeid beetles, spotted cucumber beetles (Diabrotica undecimpunctata), green stinkbugs, carabid beetles, other beetles, cicadellid bugs and lepidopterans were the most important foods in both cases, although the order varied somewhat.
My first others were the Arabs, the scarabaeid, the French, the Germans.
Females are then returned to the ground where they burrow in search of host Scarabaeid beetle larvae, which are paralyzed before oviposition.
an apparently rare species known today only from Iowa and Illinois (Gordon 1985) [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 16 OMITTED], and numerous remains of a scarabaeid provisionally identified as Macrodactylus subspinosus (Fab.
Revision of the scarabaeid beetles of the Phyllophaga subgenus Listrochelus of the U.
Large hard-bodied prey, such as scarabaeid beetles (maximum size in North America >100 mm; Arnett, 1985), only occurred in the diet in trace amounts.
The activity time, body size and manner of transporting scats are the main strategies for resource partitioning among Neotropical scarabaeid beetles (Halffter et al.
Mites in this genus have occasionally been observed eating eggs and larvae of scarabaeid beetles.
For example, field counts of sod-webworms (Crambus roman), scarabaeid larvae (Popillia japonica) and billbugs (Sphenophorus spp.
Among the beetles, scarabaeid beetles predominated at the Frump Farm, at Oakland City College N, at Rushville, and at Williamsport, whereas Diabrotica was predominant at Mecca, Trimble, Roachdale, Vevay and Westport.
However, digging under sugarcane plants yielded no scarabaeid grubs, but rather what appeared to be curculionid grubs (larvae).
Kairomones from scarabaeid grubs and their frass as cues in below-ground host location by the parasitoids Tiphia vernalis and Tiphia pygidialis.