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ento.psu.edu/extension/factsheets/white-grubs-lawns

Grubs are dirty white, soft bodied, and robust with a brown head and six well- developed legs, with exception of green June beetle grubs, which do not have ...

entnemdept.ifas.ufl.edu/creatures/field/white_grub.htm

True white grubs are the larvae of May beetles (also called June Beetles) found in the genus Phyllophaga, of which there are over 100 different species.

extension.entm.purdue.edu/fieldcropsipm/insects/corn-whitegrubs.php

There are several species of white grubs in the Midwest. Proper identification of species is important because of the differences in life cycles and degree of crop ...

extension.entm.purdue.edu/fieldcropsipm/insects/soybean-white-grubs.php

Several species of white grubs are found in the Midwest. Proper identification to species is important since differences in life cycles and feeding habits have ...

entomology.ca.uky.edu/ent10

White grubs are the most destructive insect pests of turfgrasses in Kentucky. Turf is damaged when the grubs (the larval or immature stages of certain beetles) ...

www.bayeradvanced.com/articles/dealing-with-lawn-grubs

Lawn grubs, often called white grubs, are the immature form of different scarab beetles, such as Japanese beetles. Learn how to deal with Lawn Grubs.

entomology.unl.edu/turfent/documnts/wgmanagement

White grubs are among the most destructive insect pests of turfgrass. They feed below the soil surface on the roots and rhizomes of all commonly used turfgrass ...

www.saferbrand.com/advice/insect-library/garden-insects/all-about-white-grubs

White grubs can damage and kill the plants in your garden. Learn all about white grubs here.

www.clemson.edu/extension/publications/entomology/turf-ornamental/white-grub-management-in-turfgrass-to09.html

White grubs are the larval (immature) stage of several different beetles. Most of the grubs will assume a “C” shape when they are dug out of the soil (Fig. 1).