x Copy guide taxon to... You can copy this taxon into another guide. The Raspberry Fruit Worm adult is a small, 1/8 inch, light brown beetle covered with short hairs. Female beetles lay eggs on the flowers and green fruit. Raspberry fruitworm is distributed throughout the eastern United States wherever raspberries are grown. When the eggs hatch, they look like tiny yellow worms. a red beetle sits on a bush sheet, a ladybug on a green branch feeds on a leaf of a tree. 1. The related North American species, the Raspberry Fruitworm (B. urbanus) causes considerable damage to raspberry fruit in many parts of the USA and southern Canada.   Raspberry cane borer is a small (1/2-inch), black long-horned beetle. Byturus unicolor, known generally as raspberry fruitworm, is a species of fruitworm beetle in the family Byturidae.Other common names include the western raspberry fruitworm and fruitworm beetle.It is found in Central America and North America. Raspberry fruitworm larvae. Raspberry Beetle (Byturus unicolor) Insects and Invertebrates . I have read about raspberry fruitworm beetle that it emerges in May, so i assumed that my fall crop will be safe. IOBC Bulletin 27 (4) 107-111. The adults are yellow-brown beetles about 1/6 of an inch long. Raspberry sawfly larvae damage is restricted to the leaf tissue, while Japanese beetles and rose chafers will also feed on blossoms and buds. WFL Publisher, Helsinki, Finland ISBN-952-91-8601-0 Raspberry Beetle , Loganberry Beetle , Raspberry Fruitworm Beetles . The adult beetle measures just 4mm long and is dark brown in colour. Adults feed voraciously on leaves of raspberry canes, favoring the newest canes and leaves, but may spread further when populations are high. The raspberry fruitworm adult is a small, approximately 4 mm, light brown beetle covered with short hairs. collect. The raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus) is a species of beetles in the fruitworm family Byturidae. [1] This species is related to the raspberry fruitworm (B. urbanus) which is native to North America. By themselves, they cause raspberry canes no damage at all but they do lay eggs on emerging raspberries in early summer. Opposite is a picture of the Rebell® bianco sticky white trap. IOBC WPRS BULLETIN, 26(2), 87-92. Up to 50% of raspberry harvest may be lost due to the beetle. The adults overwinter in the soil, emerging in spring at the same time as raspberry leaves begin to emerge. Woodford JAT, Birch ANE, Gordon SC, Griffiths DW, McNicol JW, & Robertson G W (2003) Controlling raspberry beetle without insecticides. The larvae feed on the developing fruit and cause the fruit to appear smaller and shriveled. The raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus) is a species of beetles in the fruitworm family Byturidae. For full list of publications produced from this project click here. Western Raspberry Fruitworm (Byturus bakeri) Hosts; Life Cycle . Adults feed on fruit buds and unfolding leaves. Click on the RACER logo or here to visit the RACER website. Introduction: Raspberry fruitworm was formerly considered to be two species, one eastern and one western (Byturus rubi Barber and B. bakeri Barber, respectively). Fruit damage caused by raspberry beetle larvae. Raspberry sawfly larvae damage is restricted to the leaf tissue, while Japanese beetles and rose chafers will also feed on blossoms and buds. These raspberry worms are the larvae of a tiny beetle, known as the Raspberry Beetle. Fruitworm adults limit their feeding to between the veins, skeletonizing unfolding leaves. Raspberry beetles overwinter in the ground as adults, emerging from the soil in the spring (typically April-May). The adult is a small, somewhat hairy light brown beetle, about one-eighth inch long. Raspberry Fruitworm Both raspberry fruitworm beetles and raspberry sawfly larvae feed on foliage. We welcome new contributions - just register and use the Submit Records form to post your photos. When the eggs hatch, they look like tiny yellow worms. The raspberry fruitworm is a tiny (1/7") yellow-brown beetle that feeds on the flower buds and leaves during the spring. The larvae are 8 mm long; white with brown areas on the back of each segment. EOL has data for one attribute : geographic distribution includes The larvae then drop to the soil and pupate underground. The larvae are slender, creamy white, approximately 6 mm and found inside the cup of the raspberry fruit. Pest description and crop damage The adult is a small yellowish brown beetle 4-5 mm long. Five adult fruitworm per 6” Petri dish were place on 3–4 inch long, air-dried primocane tips that were uniformly treated with field rates applied with a Precision Spray Tower and replicated five times. The larvae tunnel in the developing fruit which remain small, become pale in colour, fade or rot. These beetles emerge from winter dormancy just … The female fruitworm lays its eggs on the buds and fruits in the late spring. Later feeding occurs between the blossom buds, and as the buds separate, the insect attacks the blossom buds, making large entrance hole to … Raspberry beetle Scientific classification; Kingdom: Animalia. Raspberry Fruitworm (Byturus unicolor): The raspberry fruitworm is a small (1/4”) brown beetle which feeds on the flower buds and leaves of raspberry plants during the spring and early summer. It over-winters in the soil, emerging from April to early June in search of food, working its way up the canes, eating leaves, flower buds and finally the raspberry flowers before laying its eggs in the blossoms. The related North American species, the Raspberry Fruitworm (B. urbanus) causes considerable damage to raspberry fruit in many parts of the USA and southern Canada. It has yellow stripes on its wing covers and a yellow thorax with two black dots on it. A common example of this family of small, hairy, oval beetles is the raspberry fruitworm (Byturus rubi). After laying their eggs on the buds, little yellow worms bore through the bud, finally developing into full grown larvae which eat the fruit. Other closely related species occur in other regions of Canada and the United States. 321-326. Byturidae - Fruitworm beetles Byturidae - Fruitworm beetles. species Byturus wittmeri Sen Gupta, 1978. genus Haematoides Fairmaire, 1878. species Haematoides davidii Fairmaire, 1878. genus Xerasia Lewis, 1895. References type any type image video. This injury can be serious in the spring. Host Plants And Distribution. The damage caused by these beetles can range from the occasional worm in a homegrown raspberry to major destruction of the leaves and severe infestation of the berries throughout your crop. Raspberry Cane Borer . FRA bytures, byturidés [4], The pest damages both wild and cultivated raspberries and also blackberries. Control measures include digging-over the soil around bushes and inter-row ploughing. The raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus) is a species of beetles in the fruitworm family Byturidae. Raspberry Fruitworm. After the flowers open, the beetle feeds on the stamens and pistils. Fruitworm Beetles Byturidae. Raspberry Fruitworm, Byturus unicolor Say I. More raspberry Japanese Beetles (White Grubs) information. The beetles eat portions of the flowers and young leaflets and lay their eggs between the stamens and pistils. The small, pale larva, which is covered with short fine hairs, attacks the raspberry fruit. Five insecticides were compared with our diazinon standard for efficacy and labeling/registration to control the western raspberry fruitworm, Byturus unicolor, on 19 May 2005. Symptoms: Adults make slits in flower buds and larvae feed on berries. So do we. Adult beetles are yellowish brown, hairy and about 8 mm long. Raspberry beetles overwinter in the ground as adults, emerging from the soil in the spring (typically April-May). This injury can be serious in the spring. The adult beetle measures just 4mm long and is dark brown in colour. Although experts in ecological and organic growing no longer consider derris ecologically sound, Rotenone which is made from derris is still sold in the U.S. ENG raspberry beetles 4. All images on this website have been taken in Leicestershire and Rutland by NatureSpot members. It is a major pest that is widespread in north-central Europe, affecting raspberry, blackberry and loganberry plants. Res, 4, 187-190. http://www.agroatlas.ru/en/content/pests/Byturus_tomentosus/, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Raspberry_beetle&oldid=919512356, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 4 October 2019, at 03:41. It is a major pest that is widespread in north-central Europe, affecting raspberry, blackberry and loganberry plants. Symptoms. Raspberry Beetle (Byturus tomentosus) is one of the most important pests of raspberry found in north-central Europe. Raspberry Fruitworm Beetle Raspberry Cane Borer Raspberry Fruitworm Red-headed Flea Beetle (Systena frontalis) Red-Humped-Caterpillars on a highbush blueberry (Durham ME; July 29, 2013) (Photo courtesy of Jo-Anne Severy) Red-humped Caterpillars Rose Chafers (beetles) Closer view of a Rose Chafer (The rose chafer is a type of scarab beetle) Biology. They first feed along the midrib of folded leaves and then move onto flower bud … We welcome new contributions - just register and use the Submit Records form to post your photos. Raspberry fruitworm. overview; data; media; articles; maps; names; license any license CC-BY CC-BY-NC CC-BY-NC-SA CC-BY-SA No copyright. After laying their eggs on the buds, little yellow worms bore through the bud, finally developing into full grown larvae which eat the fruit. Raspberry Fruitworm Both raspberry fruitworm beetles and raspberry sawfly larvae feed on foliage. IOBC wprs Bulletin Vol 29 (9) pp 138   Gordon SC (2005) Raspberry and Currant Entomology – The Drivers for Change in Europe.   Raspberry cane borer is a small (1/2-inch), black long-horned beetle. It is a major pest that is widespread in north-central Europe, affecting raspberry, blackberry and loganberry plants. Fruitworm (Raspberry Beetle) Adult (raspberry beetle) is red-brown beetle, 1/4-inch long, which overwinters in the soil and emerges when the temperatures are ideal (usually in spring). species Byturus tomentosus (DeGeer, 1774) - Raspberry Beetle. The adult raspberry cane borer (Oberea bimaculata) appears in June, and is a slender black beetle about 12.5 mm (1/2 inch) long.It can be recognized by the yellow band near its head and its prominent antennae. DEU Himbeerkäfer 5. Acta Horticulturae 649: 289-292. The leaves will appear ragged and torn looking. It feeds on the flowers and leaves of… It has yellow stripes on its wing covers and a yellow thorax with two black dots on it. When the adults emerge from the soil in mid spring, the raspberry beetle will feed on new leaves in an interveinal pattern. Adults feed on developing leaves, flower buds, and flowers. Acta Horticulturae 587, 423-427. Byturus tomentosus (Geer, 1774) by Udo Schmidt (CC BY-SA 2.0) Love plants? The adults cause characteristic slits in the leaves from their feeding and destroy developing buds. Other articles where Raspberry fruitworm is discussed: fruitworm beetle: …hairy, oval beetles is the raspberry fruitworm (Byturus rubi). The Raspberry Fruit Worm is a tiny white worm that inflicts heavy damage to raspberry plants. Raspberry fruitworm (Byturus unicolor) prefers red and purple raspberries. The fruitworm beetles (Byturidae) are a very small family with only 25 species worldwide. Fruitworm beetle, any of a few genera of insects in the family Byfuridae (order Coleoptera) whose larvae feed on fruit. species Byturus wittmeri Sen Gupta, 1978. genus Haematoides Fairmaire, 1878. species Haematoides davidii Fairmaire, 1878. genus Xerasia Lewis, 1895. Some wild raspberry species are resistant against the beetle larvae. Half of july crop berries contained worms inside. Adults feed on fruit buds and unfolding leaves. Byturus unicolor . [3], Because the larvae are hidden in the raspberry fruit during most growing stages, natural predators do not have a large influence on the beetle population. In addition, Japanese beetles can damage ripe fruit and beetles are generally easy to find. Efficiency of white sticky traps Rebell® bianco showing effect of adding attractants (right and centre traps) and control (left) on catches of adult raspberry beetle. Larvae (fruitworm) are small grubs; cream white with darker bands. Woodford JAT, Gordon SC, Höhn H, Schmid K, Tuovinen T & Lindqvist I (2000) Monitoring raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus) with white sticky traps: the experience from three geographically distinct European areas. Insecticide for Raspberry Bushes. This year my raspberries gave me a bad time. The success of these enhanced traps has led to development of improved, non-sticky traps and more advanced, slow release dispensers that are currently under field evaluation as part of a joint HortLINK (HL0175) project with colleagues at: Gordon SC, Williamson B & Graham J (2006) Current and future control for major arthropod and fungal diseases of red raspberry (Rubus idaeus) in Europe. The Raspberry Fruit Worm adult is a small, 1/8 inch, light brown beetle covered with short hairs. The adult, which ranges in colour from reddish yellow to black, is about 4 mm (0.16 inch) long. Adult beetles also feed on the leaves of the plant and its flowers. Raspberry Fruitworm. IOBC Bulletin 27 (4), 113-118 Raspberry fruitworm (the larva) and raspberry beetle (the adult) are pests of raspberries and loganberries. Controlling raspberry beetle without insecticides. Byturus bakeri. Byturidae - Fruitworm beetles All images on this website have been taken in Leicestershire and Rutland by NatureSpot members. Pest description and crop damage The adult is a small yellowish brown beetle 4-5 mm long. Adults feed on developing leaves, flower buds, and flowers. (2006). overview; data; media; articles; maps; names; license any license CC-BY CC-BY-NC CC-BY-NC-SA CC-BY-SA No copyright. If you're seeing just the tips of some of your raspberry canes wilting, you're dealing with the raspberry cane borer. Introduction: Raspberry fruitworm was formerly considered to be two species, one eastern and one western (Byturus rubi Barber and B. bakeri Barber, respectively). The female fruitworm lays its eggs on the buds and fruits in the late spring. Raspberry Fruitworm Beetle Raspberry Cane Borer Raspberry Fruitworm Red-headed Flea Beetle (Systena frontalis) Red-Humped-Caterpillars on a highbush blueberry (Durham ME; July 29, 2013) (Photo courtesy of Jo-Anne Severy) Red-humped Caterpillars Rose Chafers (beetles) Closer view of a Rose Chafer (The rose chafer is a type of scarab beetle) Raspberry Fruitworm Raspberry fruitworms overwinter as pupae in the soil around the brambles. I. Download the app to see more photos from the Candide community. The raspberry fruitworm beetle reaches up to about 1/5 inch long – its reddish brown body is covered in tiny, short hairs. No thanks. Symptoms: Adults make slits in flower buds and larvae feed on berries. The larvae are slender, creamy white, approximately 6 mm and found inside the cup of the raspberry fruit. Proceedings of BCPC Conference-Pests & Diseases 2000. A. T., Birch, A. N. E., Gordon, S. C., Griffiths, D. W., McNicol, J. W., & Robertson, G. W. (2003). Raspberry Beetle (Byturus tomentosus) is one of the most important pests of raspberry found in north-central Europe. The larvae are 8 mm long; white with brown areas on the back of each segment. The small, pale larva, which is covered with short fine hairs, attacks the … Parasitism of raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus F.) larvae in different cropping techniques of red raspberry. Monitoring of raspberry beetle adults, before flowering, can be used to set an acceptable damage threshold for spray application. The larvae are 8 mm long; white with brown areas on the back of each segment. Woodford JAT Williamson B & Gordon SC (2002) Raspberry beetle damage decreases shelf-life of raspberries also infected with Botrytis cinerea. However, the damage from the adult beetle is usually insignificant to the plant as a whole. Mating takes place on or near raspberry flowers, where eggs are deposited. Adults feed on developing leaves, flower buds, and flowers. species Byturus unicolor Say, 1823 - Common Rasberry Fruitworm. Abstract 9th International Rubus and Ribes Symposium, Pucon, Chile, 4 to 7 December 2005 Acta Horticulturae (in press). Raspberry beetles are tiny, brown and hairy and come to life in the soil in mid to late Spring. Adult beetle activity was monitored with 2 Rebel Bianco UV non-reflectance traps placed on the top trellis wire, 9 April 2004. The raspberry fruitworm adult is a small, approximately 4 mm, light brown beetle covered with short hairs. The raspberry fruitworm beetle reaches up to about 1/5 inch long – its reddish brown body is covered in tiny, short hairs. Raspberries are a delicious garden treat that vine owners look forward to throughout the year. These are now synonymized with Byturus unicolor Say (Springer and Goodrich1983). LAT Byturidae 2. Animal wildlife, a house sparrow sitting on a tree branch looking for food. Although the traps shown above were developed for monitoring raspberry beetles, they have been further enhanced by the addition of raspberry beetle attractants derived from raspberry flowers. Up to 50% of raspberry harvest may be lost due to the beetle. The adults, small yellowish brown beetles, emerge in late April to early May as the raspberry leaves unfold. Agron. Raspberry fruitworm (Byturus unicolor) prefers red and purple raspberries. In most locations growers have to apply at least one, if not more, applications of pesticides to control this pest to the levels demanded by the processor, retailer and consumer. The fruitworm is distinguishable from the picnic beetle by its shorter length (about an 1/8-inch long), its light brown color and hairy appearance. Adult feeding begins along the midrib of partially folded leaves. IOBC/wprs Bulletin 26, 87-92. It is a major pest that is widespread in north-central Europe, affecting raspberry, blackberry and loganberry plants. Adult beetles are yellowish brown, hairy and about 8 mm long. Raspberry fruitworm beetle (Byturus unicolor) on jeans. малинники, малинные жуки (Byturidae) * * * • малинники • малинные жуки Primocane leaves close to the ground are usually eaten first, but damage can be seen on leaves into the canopy. Adult raspberry fruitworm beetle. The adults are yellow-brown beetles about 1/6 of an inch long. Adults feed on fruit buds and unfolding leaves. Byturus unicolor, known generally as raspberry fruitworm, is a species of fruitworm beetle in the family Byturidae.Other common names include the western raspberry fruitworm and fruitworm beetle.It is found in Central America and North America. Raspberry Fruit Worm - The feeding of this pest causes elongated long holes in the leaves of the raspberry plant, which sometimes destroys bud clusters. Fruitworm (Raspberry Beetle) Adult (raspberry beetle) is red-brown beetle, 1/4-inch long, which overwinters in the soil and emerges when the temperatures are ideal (usually in spring). They may feed on opening flower buds when they appear, if numbers are large — even whole bud clusters are sometimes consumed. Now i have even worse problem with fall crop, almost every berry has a … Birch ANE,  Gordon SC,  Fenton B,  Malloch G,  Mitchell C,  Jones AT,  Griffiths DW,  Brennan R,  Graham J & Woodford JAT (2004) Developing a Sustainable IPM System for High Value Rubus Crops (Raspberry, Blackberry) for Europe. Adults are small brown oblong beetles ¼ to ½ inch long. [3] The raspberry beetle is often controlled by use of derris, a pesticide. The raspberry fruitworm is a tiny (1/7") yellow-brown beetle that feeds on the flower buds and leaves during the spring. However, with the rapid reduction in the numbers of registered approved insecticides for use in raspberry and the increased demand for fruit without any detectable pesticide residues there is now a strong demand to find alternative pest management strategies. Raspberry beetle - Other articles where Raspberry fruitworm is discussed: fruitworm beetle: …hairy, oval beetles is the raspberry fruitworm (Byturus rubi). These are now synonymized with Byturus unicolor Say (Springer and Goodrich1983). Two species are known to occur in Germany. Western raspberry fruitworm plots consisted of 3 hills each and 30 plots were randomized amongst 64 total plots based on plant vigor and relative beetle feeding on raspberry leaves. The raspberry fruitworm is a small, light-brown beetle that measures approximately 1/8 inch long at maturity. The larvae feed within … The RACER project  (Reduced Application of Chemicals in European Raspberry Production) was established in 1998 to bring together several European research providers with SME commercial berry producers/processors  and  to develop methods to reduce pesticide usage in raspberry. type any type image video. Adults of the raspberry fruitworm are small (4 mm) yellowish-brown, oval shaped beetles. Raspberry Fruitworm. Raspberry worms, on the … It over-winters in the soil, emerging from April to early June in search of food, working its way up the canes, eating leaves, flower buds and finally the raspberry flowers before laying its eggs in the blossoms. Hanni, L., & Luik, A. Period of Activity. Larvae (fruitworm) are small grubs; cream white with darker bands. In addition, Japanese beetles can damage ripe fruit and beetles are generally easy to find. White sticky traps (Rebell® bianco or AgriSense Vertical White Sticky Traps) have been used to monitor raspberry beetle adults in the crop. Byturus tomentosus (Geer, 1774) by Udo Schmidt (CC BY-SA 2.0) This was jointly funded by the EU CRAFT (FAIR - FA-S2-9038) and the  Bundesamt für Bildung und Wissenschaft (BBW). Fruitworm Beetles Byturidae. species Byturus tomentosus (DeGeer, 1774) - Raspberry Beetle. Raspberry beetles overwinter in the ground as adults, emerging from the soil in the spring (typically April-May). species Byturus unicolor Say, 1823 - Common Rasberry Fruitworm. The leaves will appear ragged and torn looking. The adult, which ranges in colour from reddish yellow to black, is about 4 mm (0.16 inch) long. It feeds on the flowers and leaves of… Raspberry fruitworm is distributed throughout the eastern United States wherever raspberries are grown. White sticky traps are sometimes used to catch beetles.[2][5]. However, with the rapid reduction in the numbers of registered approved insecticides for use in raspberry and the increased demand for fruit without any detectable pesticide residues there is now a strong demand to find alternative pest management strategies. Chemical pesticides may be applied at the flowering stage. This species is related to the raspberry fruitworm (B. urbanus) which is native to North America. The beetles find raspberry flowers using vision and smell[1] and lay eggs on them, which hatch into pale brown larvae. The adult is a small, somewhat hairy light brown beetle, about one-eighth inch long. The beetle cuts 2 rings around the stem about 2.5 cm (I inch) apart and 10-20 cm (4-8 inches) below the shoot tip. The beetles feed on pollen, often the beetles can be found numerously on flowers (raspberry or dandelion). Raspberry Fruit Worm - The feeding of this pest causes elongated long holes in the leaves of the raspberry plant, which sometimes destroys bud clusters. This species occurs across the Prairie Provinces. Meadowside Nature Center, Rockville, Maryland, USA. Gordon SC & Birch ANE (2006) Integrated Pest Management of pest of raspberry (Rubus idaeus) – possible developments in Europe by 2015. MacConnell CB, Murray TA, Burrows C, Gordon SC, Birch ANE & Tanigoshi L (2004) Adopting Integrated Pest Management for the Raspberry Beetle, Byturus unicolor Say (Coleoptera: Byturidae), for Washington State Red Raspberries. Up to 50% of raspberry harvest may be lost due to the beetle. Raspberry fruitworms, also known as raspberry beetles (or raspberry fruit worms), are members of a small family of beetles known as the Butyridae. Woodford, J. RUS малинники, малинные жуки 3. Mitchell C,  Gordon SC,  Birch ANE & Hubbard SF (2004) Developing a "lure and kill" system for raspberry beetle, Byturus tomentosus, in Rubus production. If you are one of the editors of this guide it should copy everything, but if you're not, it will only copy the licensed content. Adult raspberry fruitworm beetles appear from mid-April to mid-May, eating the surface tissues from raspberry leaves or skeletonizing them entirely. The raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus) is a species of beetle in the fruitworm family Byturidae.It is a major pest that is widespread in north-central Europe, affecting raspberry, blackberry and loganberry plants. If you're seeing just the tips of some of your raspberry canes wilting, you're dealing with the raspberry cane borer. Raspberry beetle - Raspberry fruitworm (the larva) and raspberry beetle (the adult) are pests of raspberries and loganberries. Raspberry Cane Borer . The raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus) is a species of beetles in the fruitworm family Byturidae. Pest description and crop damage The adult is a small yellowish brown beetle 4-5 mm long. It is a major pest that is widespread in north-central Europe, affecting raspberry, blackberry and loganberry plants. Ed Ramdane Dris, In Crops – growth, quality and biotechnology. The adults are yellow-brown beetles about 1/6 of an inch long. Bundesamt für Bildung und Wissenschaft (BBW). Byturus tomentosus (Raspberry Beetle) is a species of beetles in the family fruitworm beetles. References Fruitworm adults limit their feeding to between the veins, skeletonizing unfolding leaves. The attractant was identified in chemical ecology studies (flower aroma chemistry, electrophysiology, insect behaviour) and these have now been shown to be very effective in the field. Raspberry fruitworm (the larva) and raspberry beetle (the adult) are pests of raspberries and loganberries. The small, pale larva, which is covered with short fine hairs, attacks the raspberry fruit. collect. Grown beetles overwinter in the soil below their host plants. 1 of 3. In North America this insect prefers raspberries but may also infest loganberries. 09.10.2016 - An online resource devoted to North American insects, spiders and their kin, offering identification, images, and information. The raspberry fruitworm is a small, light-brown beetle that measures approximately 1/8 inch long at maturity. The fruitworm is distinguishable from the picnic beetle by its shorter length (about an 1/8-inch long), its light brown color and hairy appearance. [2] The female adult beetles can lay up to 120 eggs. The raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus) is a species of beetles in the fruitworm family Byturidae. More raspberry Japanese Beetles (White Grubs) information. Raspberry Cane Borer.

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