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Black Carpet Beetle - Penn State Entomology Department Fact Sheet
The Black Carpet Beetle webpage includes life cycle information and control strategies for this pest in Pennsylvania.
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Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle - Penn State Entomology Department ...
Asian lady beetle larvae are elongated, flattened, and covered with minute tubercles or spines. The eggs, which are laid upright in clusters of about twenty ...
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Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle - Penn State Entomology Department ...
The Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle webpage includes life cycle information and control strategies for this pest in Pennsylvania.
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European Earwigs - Penn State Entomology Department Fact Sheet
After the eggs are laid, the female European earwig gathers the eggs together in a pile and stores them in a shallow hole, over which she stands guard. ...
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European Earwigs - Penn State Entomology Department Fact Sheet
Adult European earwigs mate in late summer and early fall before establishing subterranean nests. Before oviposition, males return to the surface from ...
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Boxelder Bug - Penn State Entomology Department Fact Sheet
The Boxelder Bug webpage includes life cycle information and control ... This insect species is distributed throughout eastern United States west to Nevada. ...
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Commonly Encountered PA Spiders - Penn State Entomology Department ...
False black widow, Steatoda grossa female. False Black Widow ... Similar to the true black widow, the false black widow female is 6 to 10.5 millimeters in ...
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Commonly Encountered PA Spiders - Penn State Entomology Department ...
Many spiders indigenous to Pennsylvania will come into homes, mostly during the autumn, and a few of the more common and important of these will be ...
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Commonly Encountered PA Spiders - Penn State Entomology Department ...
Grass spiders are very common in Pennsylvania and can be recognized by the large, somewhat concave, mostly horizontal, sheet-like web with a funnel or ...
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Carpenter Ants - Penn State Entomology Department Fact Sheet
The black carpenter ant is a common invader of homes in the northeastern ... The presence of large (1/2 inch), wingless, dark-colored ants inside a home is ... the ants back to their nest or discover where they are entering the house. ...
 
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