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multicolored Asian lady beetle - Harmonia axyridis
Introduction - Distribution - Description - Life Cycle - Use in Classical Biological Control .... Jones SC, Boggs J. Multicolored Asian lady beetle. ...
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ringlegged earwig - Euborellia annulipes (Lucas)
Females deposit one to seven clutches of eggs with a mean clutch size of about ... The ringlegged earwigs should not be confused with the common winged Doru ...
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European earwig - Forficula auricularia Linnaeus
Rich garden soil with a southern exposure is a favorite place for egg deposition. Young earwig larvae resemble adults, but they are lighter in color, ...
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ringlegged earwig - Euborellia annulipes (Lucas)
These earwigs rarely warrant suppression, but are easily killed by most residual insecticides. They also take bait formulations consisting of wheat bran, ...
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The Order Dermaptera (Earwigs)
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML The Order Dermaptera (Earwigs) in Florida and the United States. P. M. Choate - (modified from Hoffman, 1987). Six families of earwigs (Dermaptera) occur in ...
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European earwig - Forficula auricularia Linnaeus
F. auricularia is a medium-sized earwig with body length 12 to 15 mm, ... It is nocturnal, hiding during the day and roaming at night to find food and water ...
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yellowjackets and hornets - Vespula - Dolichovespula
These are the two yellowjackets: eastern yellowjacket, V. maculifrons (Buysson), and the southern yellowjacket, V. squamosa (Drury). ...
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a false spider mite - Brevipalpus californicus (Banks)
Provides illustrations and a description of this false spider or flat mite, with information on its distribution, hosts, economic importance, detection and ...
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common house spider - Achaearanea tepidariorum
The Theridiidae or comb-footed spiders of Alabama. Alabama Museum of Natural History Paper 22: 1-67. Archer AF. 1950. A study of theridiid and mimetid ...
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Introduction to Identifying Insects
The following identification keys and references are intended to help you identify adult insects with emphasis on the Florida fauna. ...
 
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