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When they are adults June Bugs do little damage, however get rid of them since after ... Adult june bugs eat leaves of walnut, oak, and foilage from many plants.

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Not Aggressive and Do Not Bite – June bugs don't bite people and they have no ... can kill off plants by eating their roots, an action that will leave brown patches ...

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Mar 14, 2012 ... The ten-lined June beetle, also known as the watermelon beetle, is a scarab beetle, living in the western United States and Canada. They are ... Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available.

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June Bug: Insect field guide to the most commonly found insects and non-insects in North America. ... underground and eat the roots of grasses and other plants.

www.gardeningknowhow.com/plant-problems/pests/insects/june-bug-beetles.htm

Jan 1, 2017 ... June bugs can cause damage to many landscape plants and be a ... be applied to affected plants if the adult June bug is eating your plants.

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Adult June bugs generally feed off of vegetation, including leaves from trees and other plants. When June bugs are in the larvae stage, they live underground ...

www.britannica.com/animal/June-beetle

June beetle (genus Phyllophaga), also called May beetle or June bug, genus of nearly 300 species of beetles belonging to the widely distributed plant-eating ...

nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/field-guide/may-beetles-june-bugs

Larval May beetles (grubs) eat roots and decaying plant material in the soil. ... The common name “June bug” is frowned upon, since “bug,” in its technical sense, ...

www.encyclopedia.com/plants-and-animals/animals/zoology-invertebrates/june-beetle

Get information, facts, and pictures about June beetle at Encyclopedia.com. ... years, eating the roots and other underground parts of grasses, grains, and trees.