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    • Cereal leaf beetle 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2000-07)
      This document describes cereal leaf beetles, their biology, and control strategies.
    • Cigarette beetles 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2001-02)
      This document describes cigarette beetles, their life cycle, and control strategies.
    • Controlling wood-boring beetles in houses 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2001-01)
    • Drugstore beetles 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2001-02)
      This document describes drugstore beetles, their life cycle, and control strategies.
    • Klamathweed beetle 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-08)
      This document describes klamathweed beetles, their biology, and life cycle.
    • Pine bark beetles 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2002-10)
      This document describes pine bark beetles, their biology, and control.
    • Saw-toothed grain beetle 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2004-09)
      This document describes saw-toothed grain beetles, their biology, and control.
    • Seasonal invaders 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-12)
      This document describes seasonal invaders like lady beetles and clover mites.
    • Small hive beetle 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2000-01)
      This document describes small hive beetles, how to identify them, and preservation.
    • Sweet potato and Irish potato insects 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2011-05)
      This document describes insects that feed on potatoes including: wireworms, cucumber beetles, and flea beetles.
    • White grub management in turfgrass 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2011-05)
      This document describes white grub management for a variety of beetles including: Japanese beetles, green June beetles, May and June beetles, and Southern masked chafers.