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Insects, Mites, & Molluscs
A Study of Insects
A basic introductory guide to the collection, identification, and study of insects and other arthropods.

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Aphids: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Aphids are small, soft-bodied insects with long, slender mouth parts that they use to pierce stems, leaves, and other tender plant parts and suck out plant fluids. Small numbers are usually not damaging, but large populations can cause problems.

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Asian Citrus Psyllid
Plant hosts, life cycle, crop damage, and pest management information for this pest of citrus and other closely related plants.

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Avocado Lace Bug: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
A plant pest in California only since 2004, Avocado Lace Bug is a problem mostly in San Diego County where it damages the trees' leaves, eventually exposing the fruit to sunburn damage. Learn to recognize and manage this pest.

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Bee Alert: Africanized Honey Bee Facts
Information on how to "bee prepared" for the movement of the Africanized honey bee into California.

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Bee and Wasp Stings: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Nearly everyone has been stung by an insect. It is an unpleasant experience that most hope not to repeat, and for most the damage is only temporary pain. A limited portion of the population is allergic or hypersensitive to bee or wasp stings.

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Beekeeper's Handbook -- Fourth Edition
This handbook from Cornell University Press gives step-by-step directions accompanied by more than 100 illustrations for setting up an apiary, handling bees, and working throughout the season to maintain a healthy colony and a generous supply of honey.

Publication Number:: 3543
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Black Scale: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Black scale causes economic damage to olive and citrus crops, and can also affect a large variety of fruit and nut trees and ornamental plants. Learn how to identify, manage, and control this insect pest.

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Boxelder Bug: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The western boxelder bug (Boisea rubrolineata) is often a nuisance pest. They do not cause significant damage to landscape plants, and management need only be directed at keeping them out of homes, where they may become a nuisance.

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Brown Marmorated Stink Bug: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) is a nonnative pest introduced from Asia, possibly as early as the mid-1990s. Its feeding causes economic damage to a variety of fruits, nuts and ornamentals. Learn how to identify, manage, and control this insect pest.

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Brown Recluse and Other Recluse Spiders
The brown recluse is infrequently found in California. Yet people frequently relate stories in which a brown recluse in California bit them or someone they know. This publication was written in response to the confusion that exists regarding these spiders

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California Bees and Blooms
In this absorbing guidebook, bee and botany experts from UC Berkeley’s Urban Bee Lab introduce us to the undomesticated bees that populate and pollinate our gardens, fields, and urban green spaces.

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California Oakworm: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The California oakworm is one of many species of caterpillar that feed on oaks in California. Damage is most common on coast live oak in the San Francisco Bay area and Monterey Bay region; but outbreaks can occur in many parts of the state.

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Carpenter Ants: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Carpenter ants are capable of damaging wood in buildings and other structures. They cause problems mainly in mountainous and in forested rural areas along the central and northern coastlines of California; they may also invade buildings in urban locations

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Carpenter Bees: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Carpenter bees build nests in wood, creating galleries that can weaken structures; however, they rarely cause severe damage. People may be frightened by carpenter bees because of their large size, their similarity to bumble bees, and their annoying noise.

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Carpenterworm: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Carpenterworm is a common wood-boring insect that can cause significant damage to trees. Trees commonly infested include willow, ash, ornamental pears, black locust, cottonwood, maple, apricot, fruiting pear, birch, oak, and American elms.

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Carpet Beetles: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Carpet beetles are pests in warehouses, homes, museums, and other locations where suitable food exists. In California, three species of these beetles cause serious damage to fabrics, carpets, furs, stored foods, and preserved specimens.

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Citrus Leafminer: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Citrus leafminer larvae cause damage to new leaves on citrus plants and are particularly troublesome on younger trees. Learn how to control this pest using natural and chemical methods.

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Clearwing Moths: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The larvae of several species of clearwing moths are important wood-boring pests in landscapes. Hosts include alder, ash, birch, fir, oak, pine, poplar, sycamore, willow, and stone fruit trees such as apricot, cherry, peach, and plum.

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Clothes Moths: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The webbing clothes moth and the casemaking clothes moth are occasional fabric pests in California. They tend to hide when disturbed, and for this reason, infestations are not usually noticed until the damaged articles are found.

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Cockroaches: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Cockroaches may become pests in our homes and landscape.

Las cucarachas pueden ser plagas en nuestros hogares y paisajes.

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Codling Moth: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Codling moth, Cydia (Laspeyresia) pomonella, is a serious insect pest of apples, pears, and English walnuts.

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Conenose Bugs: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Conenose bugs are members of the family Reduviidae, commonly called assassin bugs. Most members of this family are predators of other insects, but the conenose, also called kissing bugs, are bloodsucking parasites of a wide variety of animals and humans.

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Cottony Cushion Scale: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Cottony cushion scale can infest many woody ornamentals and certain crops. Common hosts in California are citrus, cocculus, nandina, and pittosporum. Its cottony egg sac and profuse honeydew production make cottony cushion scale easy to spot.

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