December 2018 This is a ten-lined June beetle, Polyphylla decemlineata (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae), their larvae can be pests on tree farms – … Spinach After mating, the females return to the soil where they lay eggs. Canada. Tenlined June beetle cherry & prune grubs are a common problem in sandy soils. Life History and Habits: Adults of this largest Colorado “June bug” usually fly from late June through early August. Kiwifruit Eggplant Succulents Asparagus Carrots Weeds Cabbage Artichokes Endives Thanks to Krysta Whiteaker for submitting the photos and video! Infestations in most fruit tree orchards have been associated with apple trees. Beneficial nematodes are paracitic to the beetle where they go through the larval stages ( these are Beneficial Nematodes, really). These red-brown beetles commonly appear in the Northern Hemisphere during warm spring evenings and are attracted to lights. Number 6965. Adults of both sexes feed on foliage of various trees and shrubs, but feeding injuries are rarely noticeable. The Ten-lined June beetle has white stripes on its brown body June beetles belong to the family Scarabaeidae and there are a number of brown beetles in this category. Chayote February 2017 Celeriac Pineapples Plants 101 January 2019 Collards Many of California’s agricultural lands are on sandy soils. The Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata), also known as the Colorado beetle, the ten-striped spearman, the ten-lined potato beetle, or the potato bug, is a major pest of potato crops. But nope, # ThatIsNotAnAsianGiantHornet For those who love the side-by-side images, we will post it in the comments! Onions Irrigation January 2015, Male ten-lined June beetle (Amanda Townsend) CC BY-SA 3.0, Male ten-lined June beetle (Junkyardsparkle) CC0, Canadian ten-lined June beetle (Alex of Canada) CC BY-SA 4.0, Ten-lined June beetle open (Amanda Townsend) CC BY-SA 3.0. Mint Ten-Lined June Beetle; All of these pests appear roughly around late May through June, have roughly the same body shape with the oval back and pincers at the front and feed on the leaves of landscape plants. Cover Crops June 2016 Compiled by Whitney Cranshaw, Colorado State University: Order: Coleoptera (Beetles) The stripes are a giveaway for this relatively large beetle. Jerusalem Artichokes Garlic It is the most common Polyphylla species found on the West Slope and also occurs in extreme … Two common types of root-boring beetles include the ten-lined June beetle (Polyphylla decemlineata) and the California prionus beetle (Prionus Californicus), also known as the prionus root borer. Ask me how!​~ Kate, All December 2017 Melons Pumpkins November 2015 August 2018 The information herein is supplied with the understanding that no discrimination is intended and that listing of commercial products, necessary to this guide, implies no endorsement by the authors or the Extension Services of Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming or Montana. Sorghum Grubs feed on tree roots and spend their entire immature life underground. Ten-lined June beetle, biologically known as Polyphylla Decemlineata is also referred to as Watermelon Beetles. This is a ten-lined June beetle, Polyphylla decemlineata (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). August 2019 Hops In Washington, grubs have been found in areas of sagebrush on sandy soils, although the exact hosts are undetermined. I emailed my photo to the nature center and heard back the next day from Suzie Fortner, the programs director of the non-profit Friends of the Dunes. Ten-lined June beetle. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey) Honey bee "C'mon in, the nectar's fine." Broccoli November 2017 Horseradish Over 200 species exist in the United States alone… When counting the white lines on a Ten-lined June Beetle, count the middle line twice because it forms two separate lines once the wings open. Criticism of products or equipment not listed is neither implied nor intended. Chickpeas Adult females do not fly. Furthermore, adults when disturbed can produce an impressive defensive display, hissing loudly by forcefully expelling air from their spiracles. Larvae have a white body and a brown head. The Ten Lined June Beetle, Polyphylla decemlineata ( Say) is very common throughout the PNW Region as a root feeding white grub which feeds on roots of crops, garden, and ornamental plants.The beetles emerge in the summer, usually in late June through July in SE Washington. Soil The beetles are named for the white lines down their backs. The adult beetles get attracted towards light and mainly eat foliage. When these pests feel threatened, those plates are closed up and air is forced between the back and wings to create a hissing sound. November 2018 This pest is native to California. March 2017 Wheat October 2020 Sunburn They can exist in the larval stage for up to 4 years. Yes, it is loud. Any help would be appreciated. The wikipedia page on the Ten-Lined June Bug also mentions both of these points. Bok Choy Males, which have large antennae (Figure 2), are strongly attracted to lights; females, which have substantially smaller antennae, rarely visit lights. Peanuts Flowers It comes out primarily during the months of May and June. July 2015 Richmond, BC. Tomatillos Potatoes May 2015 Grapes share | improve this answer | follow | edited Jul 6 '13 at 14:54. answered Jul 6 '13 at 12:56. Sunflowers November 2016 Like the grapevine beetle (above) to which it is related, this is a large, showy beetle that often shows up at lights around homes and urban areas. Fruit & Nut Trees Compared to other large root feeding white grubs, notably those of the various Phyllophaga species (May/June beetles), they tend to be more tightly curled and stiffer bodied. They are reddish-brown or black in color, active at night (nocturnal), do not bite (non-aggressive), and are attracted to a light source during the night. Polyphylla decemlineata really feed on conifer leaves: "The adults feed on the foliage of conifers (fig. Chickens Rhubarb For those of you who have been waiting with great anticipation to hear the gender of the Ten-lined June Beetle, Polyphylla decemlineata, introduced in last week’s post, it’s a female.I guessed correctly. When full grown they may have the circumference of a 50-cent piece. The adults are attracted to light and feed on foliage. Cucamelons Strawberries October 2017 June 2017 April 2017 June beetle is the common name for several scarab beetles that appear around June in the temperate parts of North America. . They can grow to 2” in length with 3 pairs of legs. Celery You can grow a surprising amount of food in your own yard. Although the tenlined June beetle causes little plant injury it is an impressively large, well-marked insect that commonly attracts interest. This large 1 inch (2.5) brown scarab beetle bears distinctive numerous white lines down its back. Parsley November 2019 September 2016 It’s about an inch long. This may also be accompanied by male beetles spreading and fanning out their large clubbed antennae. Your Ten Lined June Beetle, Polyphylla decemlineata, or a closely related species in the same genus. Garden Design My husband thinks it’s a Colorado beetle but the photos don’t quite match. Cucumbers Yes, it is big. Zucchini, November 2020 There are several different species that are commonly called June bugs, and these include the Chafer Beetle, Green June Beetle, Japanese Beetle, and the Ten-Lined June Beetle. September 2018 Each summer and early autumn, adult females emerge from the soil and release pheromones to attracts males. Males fly from dusk until midnight or so. Other hosts include strawberries, cane fruits, roses, potatoes, corn, and possibly willow and poplar. Grain March 2015 Container Gardening When disturbed it makes a hissing sound, although I didn’t hear anything when I retrieved it from my office. October 2019 They use their pincers to destroy our prized plants, devouring them. December 2019 Hosts of the ten-lined June beetle larvae probably include all deciduous fruit trees that grow in the Pacific Northwest. The male Tenlined June Beetle is attracted to Blacklights. Quarantine Tenlined June beetle infestations are localized within orchards and are often first noticed when a clump of trees start to decline and die. State rules and regulations and special pesticide use allowances may vary from state to state: contact your State Department of Agriculture for the rules, regulations and allowances applicable in your state and locality. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey) Blow fly "Hey, I'm a pollinator, too!" Children's Activities Cauliflower Tenlined June beetle infestations are localized within orchards and are often first noticed when a clump of trees start to decline and die. Design Identification and Descriptive Features: The adult tenlined June beetle (Figure 1) and the related Polyphylla species are the largest scarab beetles in Colorado, ranging from 22-30 mm in length. Kohlrabi May 2018 March 2016 Would it eat our potato crop? Currants Also, the ten-lined June Beetle, known as the polyphylla decemlineata, which is a species native to western regions of Canada and the United States. However this beetle is confined to the American Southwest, where it can be very common. Brussels Sprouts July 2019 Parsnips Berries June Beetles (May beetles, July Beetles) are found in the Subfamily Melolonthinae of the Scarab family. December 2015 March 2019 Bulbs This Scarab Beetle is larger than others and can grow to almost 5cm, or 2 inches in length. Vines September 2017 December 2016 Trees may simply not thrive, at first. Averaging 1.5 inches or longer, male ten-lined June beetles have distinctive antennae made up of overlapping scales, called lamellate plates. June 2019 April 2019 Squash February 2019 July 2017 February 2018 April 2020 Family: Scarabaeidae (Scarabs, chafers, May/June beetles, dung beetles). Eggs are large, oval and a dull, creamy white. They are again from the scarab beetle family that lives in Canada and in the western part of the United States. It is a Ten-lined June beetle (Polyphylla decemlineata) and it’s Native to North America. April 2018 Ten-lined June beetle ( Polyphylla decemlineata ) - YouTube February 2016 May 2016 Lawns Lettuce Larvae (Figure 3) are a type of white grub and occur in soil. Compost & Mulch Oreotrephes Oreotrephes. March 2018 Pesticides must be applied legally complying with all label directions and precautions on the pesticide container and any supplemental labeling and rules of state and federal pesticide regulatory agencies. The tenlined June beetle has also been well studied as a pest of almonds in California. All have the same oval shaped body with pincers in the front. July 2018 June beetle, also called June bug, genus of nearly 300 species of beetles belonging to the widely distributed plant-eating subfamily Melolonthinae. October 2016 It takes 2 years to complete one generation of ten-lined June beetles. February 2015 July 2016 June 2018 Tomatoes Sweet-potatoes Larvae are found in the top 14” of. Canada Number 6416. The short lines on the sides of the elytra (wing coverings) also count as part of that ten. Kale September 2020 By the time the damage is significant, it is usually too late to save the tree. Infestations usually spread slowly from the initial sites where they are first identified in orchards, killing neighboring trees. http://wiki.bugwood.org/index.php?title=HPIPM:Tenlined_June_Beetle&oldid=16591, Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health at the University of Georgia, This page was last modified 16:57, 2 February 2010 by. Dear Bug lovers in AZ, Your subject line was so descriptive, we were certain you had a Ten Lined June Beetle before we even opened the image. 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