What Are May Bugs?

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Maybugs, also known as cockchafer are beetles belonging to the same family as the dung-beetles. They typically live in meadow soils, feeding insatiably on the roots of the grass. Occasionally, they eliminate so many roots that the grass can be rolled up like a carpet.
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The may bug, also known as cockchafer is an European beetle in the family Scarabaeidae. They are night-fliers and often crash into lighted windows on warm evenings in spring and summer. They are harmless and will not sting or bite.
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