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June beetle, Grapevine beetle (GB)

The up to 3 inches long, yellow to maroon colored Beetle (English Grapevine beetle) with three black spots on each side (hence spotted Juniper, Pelidnota punctata). He flies at high speed, usually in a turn. The beetles occur mainly in the north, on the east coast and in some central states of the United States, as in Canada in front. The Junikäfer may not with the also known as Junikäfer Ribbed Brown Beetle, a relative of the May beetle or the ladybug be confused. The American junic beetle lives mainly in forests, but also occurs in vineyards. The eggs are placed in rotten wood, tree stumps or on the ground near the host plants where the larvae hatch. The beetle hatches in June. The adult beetle eats the leaves and berries, but it is usually not a large pest. See also a complete listing of all pests below Vine enemies,

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