Monday, 5 June 2017

Insect of the Week (June 5) - Rove beetles

This week's Insect of the Week is the Rove Beetle. This beetle feeds on aphids, mites, eggs and larvae of many other insects present under plant debris, rocks, stones, carrion, dung, and other materials. It is also an important natural enemy of the pea leaf weevil. One species of the rove beetle, Aleochora bilineata, is an important natural enemy of cabbage, seedcorn, onion and turnip maggots.

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For more information on the Rove Beetle, see our Insect of the Week page.

Rove beetle - adult (Tyler Wist, AAFC)
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